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This poem was written when I was having a tough time in school. I was very upset because life is always imperfect, but after I wrote this poem, I felt a whole lot better. I hope it will do the same to you.
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Frustrations In Life
|by Yu Angel
Never thought it would be so tough growing up
Sometimes, I just want to give up
But there is always a little voice,
Inside of me to cheer me up
I guess life ought to have
But eventually hard times will bring you
It just depends on how you look at it
Things tend to happen for a reason,
Which is hard to see at first time
You won't see it unless you go seek
Sometimes it takes time to see it,
But most of time all it takes patience
Be patient, and tough times will pass
Rainbows are hard to be seen,
Unless it stormed recently.
Everything will be sunny soon.
Just be patient
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