Maydays: Poem – Lunes – “Risk” #Maydays



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Thank you to K.L. Caley from new2writing for holding #Mayday prompts. This prompt is about taking flight, a fall, or a leap. Also, thanks to The Daily Post for word prompts of HealthyUnderestimate, and South.

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Underestimate yourself; never — leap far, 

Leap fast, with —

All your might jump higher.

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Go farther then they think —

You can fly, 

Healthy people, take some chances.

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I’m not saying be stupid, 

Take calculated risks

Go South, North, West, East.

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You can take any direction —

You wish to —

Take, and jump into tomorrow,

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Paul Brandt sings: “I’d rather —

Stand at the —

Edge of a cliff and hang —

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My toes over a bit,

And then jump 

When they dare me and —

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Even if it scares me —

And I get —

Hurt . . . I’d rather risk,” Would —

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You rather risk in life, 

Not stay still, 

But grow and change; fly.

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You have life before you, 

Don’t let life,

Scare you; chase your dreams.

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Live one day at a —

Time and take — 

Those steps, to feel alive.

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Paul Brandt – “Risk”

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©Mandibelle16. (2016) All Rights Reserved.

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11 thoughts on “Maydays: Poem – Lunes – “Risk” #Maydays”

  1. Love the lune, love the song. I am generally a risk-averse person, and am in the business of risk management. This strikes a chord with me – trying to balance between taking a leap of faith after having been so careful all this while. ❤

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