Back And Front

Back And Front short poem

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Back and Front
Back and Front, Front and Back
My steps gradually make
Taking me to a land
With success, where I stand.

Being stagnant , oh I fear
Rooted to the ground there,
Because moving is life
Sometimes comfort and sometimes strive.

Oh leg, don’t take pride-
“I am ahead of my silly twin behind.”
Like each day turning night,
There’s a decline to every might.
But cry not on fall
Because standing later is success afterall.

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Ramapriya Nr

Beautiful message conveyed in simple steps. I loved the poem.


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