Share the Light

 

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While we’re eager to sup as we grow up

 We must savor each sip as we drain the cup

A transcribed role is key to achieve

And connecting the dots for our legacy

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 I’m one that believes in honest work

Never one to provoke a smirk

Fifty some years in the corporate world

 Not much lacked in my toiling twirl

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Defined relevancy keeps the flame aglow

You sow what you reap and reap what you sow

So as I map the quest for my legacy

I aim to be the best that I can be

-Eugenia

 

work-backwards

 

In response to Reena’s Exploration Challenge-Reena’s Exploration Challenge-Week 13

 

 

 

 

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Cheers!

C34

 

 

 

 

 

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17 replies

  1. A legacy or epitaph is usually how we define ourselves.Leaving behind is a point that deserves a separate discussion 🙂 Thanks for your contribution!

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  2. Personally we know when we’ve given it our special shot, and that’s when we feel at our best.

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  3. Sharing the light and being the best we can be. What a great world that would make for Eugenia. A good poetic response to the challenge.

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  4. Don’t we all ache to achieve it! Just doing our best, everyday we’re here. Thank you for your wonderful piece.

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