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It was your job to give me my inner voice - so why did you keep hammering it in all the time - "hard work always pays!"?
“Hard work pays
From the very nascent years
I followed through
I kept working hard
Despite things getting
I sustained and persevered
As much as I could
Only to one day witness
Hard work paying
Better for a
Today’s day and age
When I feel all
Turned to all
Smoke and ashes
Who do I blame
That I failed
In understanding your
Who would tell
ME about big
That are also
When I was struggling
Behind the thick bars
Of your grades and
I was struggling
When all I needed
Were six simple words
Play your heart out!
Image source: a still from the series Average Ambili
Pallavi Prakash Kumar is a young parent, an IT engineer, an author, a writer, and a blogger. Her forte is Technical Writing. She is a dreamer and enjoys weaving merry memories with her little learner, read more...
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