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Have you ever wondered what you should do with your life? Where you were going and what you were doing? Do you know who you are?

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I loved this poem. I read it the night that I had to make a big decision about me life - and it really helped

Life Dreams

Dreams upon dreams of mountains set before me
On a path through life
Wide oceans calling my name
Hatred stirred by things I should have done
Things to make my life worthwhile
Yet I can only sit and think about those things now
I hate myself for following my rightful path in life
I hate myself even more for living it and living through it
Without a dream left in sight
The seas of glory are washed with the blood of disbelief
Who am I to choose now
Who am I?

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