Taking Chances

Continue and smile, even if it hurts

Endure and celebrate, even if you think you don’t deserve

It will all make sense

It will all come to a chosen end.

Drop the fear

And sail through the skies, little unclear

Every move is closer to the shore

Risk a little and then risk a little more

 

What if we could risk more in life?

We would have the audacity to let our inhibitions die

The dauntlessness to resurrect inside

And wouldn’t have to live by the rules they decide.

 

 

One step in front of the other

Getting through the pile of whatsoever

We get short of breath with every endeavor

Just remember, nothing lasts forever.

It is the chances we don’t take

And lyrics we refuse to generate

We are the verses that were never written before

Risk a little and then risk a little more

 

What if we could risk more in life?

We wouldn’t have numerous grudges at bedside

The contempt of a false pride

And the reputation in the fear of being denied.

 

 

Make up someone in your mind

Someone good, and follow them behind

They will help unbraid countless charms from beneath

And bring you back from a pessimistic seethe.

Need to keep going

Need to keep believing

Put all the antagonism to ignore

Risk a little and then risk a little more

 

What if we could risk more in life?

We wouldn’t sigh

For all the attempts we tried

And all the success we lied.

 

 

Gratify the transition

And the instability in fluctuation

Either be robust with the flow

Or en route to an alley where you glow.

It’s not about the fairy tales, castles, and knight-in-shining-whatever

It’s the vicissitudes, perplexity and their multiple lovers

Go play, be gentle and explore

Risk a little and then risk a little more

 

What if we could risk more in life?

We would abide

Every nasty chide

And will endorse the strength to survive.

So, roll the dice or miss a turn

Go ahead, and stir up

Risk a little now and then risk a little more

Risk until you attain what you adore.

 

~ © 2017 Malvika

 

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