Thursday, April 1, 2010


Life is a game with a glorious prize,
If we can only play it right.
It is give and take, build and break,
And often it ends in a fight;
But he surely wins who honestly tries
(Regardless of wealth or fame),

He can never despair who plays it fair -
How are you playing the game?

Do you wilt and whine, if you fail to win
In the manner you think your due?
Do you sneer at the man in case that he can
And does, do better than you?
Do you take your rebuffs with a knowing grin?
Do you laugh tho' you pull up lame?

Does your faith hold true when the whole world's blue?
How are you playing the game?

Get into the thick of it - wade in, boys!
Whatever your cherished goal;
Brace up your will till your pulses thrill,
And you dare - to your very soul!
Do something more than make a noise;
Let your purpose leap into flame

As you plunge with a cry, "I shall do or die,"
Then you will be playing the game.


Uncle Lee said...

Hi Lady, nice posting. And yes, our life today is not a dress rehearsal. We only get to play one round.
Best to live our lives with no excuses, love with no regrets.
You have a pleasant weekend and keep a song in your heart, Lee.

masterwordsmith said...

Hi Uncle Lee

Lovely to hear from you again. Thanks for swinging by. Do take care and wishing you blue skies and everything nice!

God bless you.

Warmest regards