Second Chances Come At A Price


His rival fell behind,
He could care less,
And run the final yard,
And win the prize.
He stopped,
And turned.
He is more than that.
Accepting life doesn’t mean to win over the weak if life just gifts you the oppurtunity,
It is a gift you must reject to realize your true purpose,
To be equal,
If it asks you to be a loser,
So must you be.
But the devil spoke,
He turned,
And ran,
And won.
He was more than that,
He knew,
But he chose to be less than it.
And regret stole his peace.
For life,
He swore,
To lose,
When odds favored him,
Unfairly,
That we call luck,
He made it his enemy,
A price he accepted to pay,
To be the more than him he knows he is.

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