Humbleness is Strength


We take strength for weakness
Weakness for strength
And we suppose to learn to humble ourselves
But how can we do that without embarrassing ourselves
No one wants to say I'm at the bottom even if they are at their lowest
We are taught to remind strong through the bad storms
But sometimes the wind is too strong and it blow us
Away we fall behind,
Pain we hide inside
You can run but you can't hide
And sometimes you are knocked down
And can even get up to run inside
So what you do
With everything not your fault
But who do you sue
Or what can you do
Your peers not seeking understanding
And you wanting to be understood
Never wanted to feel alone
But yet
As you looked behind no one is tagging along
Do you stop and cry
Don't give up and fight till your bone dry
They believe they got the right to keep you at the bottom
So you got the right to get out of the bottom
It's not a cat and mouse fight
You are not Jerry and they are not Tom
But remember there's always a bigger dawg in the room
And if you stay worrying about your lost than you are doom
So how can your weakness become your strength
Remember it's not weakness if it made you strong
And it's not strength if it brought you pain
Learn to understand the difference before you are wrong
Block the noise
And remind calm
And remember Everything happens for a reason
And everybody got their seasons
Winter or summer
You still you
Go back to basic
Because it's okay to start from the beginning again
But this time you are wiser and with nothing to lose and with everything to gain


  • Author: Maichael (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 4th, 2017 00:35
  • Comment from author about the poem: Pride kills humble builds.
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • Tony36

    Great write and great message

    • Maichael

      Thank you for the support and love!

      • Tony36


      • rrodriguez

        I believe in being humble, 👍 great job my friend.

        • Maichael

          True fact! But thank you sir for the feedback.

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