What is your Story?

Each of has a story to tell.

My story is not over yet.

Everything that transpired in the past

has led me to where I am today.

 

I am not afraid of my scars.

Each and every scar has a story,

and the fact that the lesions healed

 reminds me that things get well in time.

 

I write my own story.

I can change the way my story goes.

I can introduce new chapters every day.

I can twist its plot to make it interesting.

 

I appreciate those who come along,

but I am entrusted to myself.

I am capable of building my dreams

and achieving peace and happiness.

 

I am a writer-

a writer of my own destiny

where I am my own hero.

 

-Lebana-

 

 

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25 thoughts on “What is your Story?”

  1. That’s right, Lebana! We are definitely in control of our destinies. And I believe, we God and my own doing I can be, “my own hero.” Nicely said. πŸ™‚

    Just to let you know something on my end. πŸ™‚ I’m experiencing problems on my WordPress that are getting worked out. I don’t know if you aren’t seeing my latest posts in your reader or not. But if you can’t, can you unfollow me and refollow me on my new site: https://messageinstanza.com/? Some of my followers had to do that, so my latest posts would show up in their reader. I hope you will. πŸ™‚

    Carly (Message In Stanza)

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