Poem- “Sally want it, she got it.”

Sally looked in the mirror and saw all her flaws.
She smiled and accepted her body,
She won’t allow her dark thoughts to be her downfall.
One more day, one more blessing.
She could feel the anxiety creeping up on her,
She quickly runs and drinks a cup of water.
“I am strong.”
“I am beautiful.”
“Sally, you got this.”
“Slowly think this through.”
Sally’s environment was toxic, so she moved.
Changes came, once she started taking action.
She had sleepless nights,
trying to meet her deadlines.
Success was a must.
She wasn’t going to give up.
Sally was determined,
Sally was strong.
You can be Sally too,
you just need to get rid of your excuse.
Start today,
tomorrow is not promise to you.

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. d_analyzt says:

    i am sally and i am strong

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    1. Yes you are, just keep this attitude in every situation you end up in πŸŒΊπŸ’―πŸŒΊπŸŒΊπŸŒΊ I wish you the best ❀

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      1. d_analyzt says:

        i wish you the best too, thank you

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  2. Erika says:

    I loved this so much.

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    1. Thank you 🌺🌺❀

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  3. abbey says:

    Beautiful write-up. Keep it up and thanks for reminding us of our strength

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    1. All of you are powerful 🌺🌺 Thank you ❀

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  4. Very inspiring poem! Sally is a strong person and we should all be like Sally!

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    1. Thank you and I pray everyone becomes like Sally 🌺

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  5. Jessica says:

    This is so empowering ✨ thanks for sharing!! Happy Easter girl !! 🌸🐰
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  6. Renee says:

    Loved this ❀
    Definitely needed to read this today.

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    1. Thank you ❀❀

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  7. arun says:

    Such a powerful poem. I really loved it.

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