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Life is Like a Cup of Coffee

Filed in Life Reflection Poem by on August 26, 2011 0 Comments • views: 4085

“Without Effort and Knowledge,

the Heart isn’t Strong Enough

to Carry the Dream”,

by, Barbara Tremblay Cipak

Most of the poetry and poetry-videos you’ll find on this website are my own work.

However I had to post this video called, Life is Like a Cup of Coffee”…it’s message is so moving, it could reduce you to tears. The music selection is also powerful. If you’re feeling reflective, you’ll truly enjoy this one, so don’t hesitate to press play.

Here’s one of my Videos on Youtube – Remember Who I Am


(Verse 1)
I’ve walked my roads without shortcuts
And missed so many turns
I’ve stopped along my journey
And outright refused to learn
But somewhere in my spirit
Is a light I’ll never fully comprehend
It takes me through my painful chapters
To reach my story’s end

(Chorus)
In my deepest darkest days
I cry
In my deepest darkest days
I die
In my deepest darkest days
I learn to try
I reach for the sky
With my arms open high
And always remember who I am

(Verse 2)
This road is long, the book a million pages
At times I get so tired
I have to read and walk in stages
But there is a power beneath my feet
That allows me to float on stressful days
Not knowing how or even why
I suddenly turn that page

(Chorus)
In my deepest darkest days
I cry
In my deepest darkest days
I die
In my deepest darkest days
I learn to try
I reach for the sky
With my arms open high
And always remember who I am

(Verse 3)
The voyage traveled is my narrative
Remembering who I am imperative
It’s my contribution to this place
I signature in stone…
It’s not the battles failed,
it is the journey flown

(Chorus)
In my deepest darkest days
I cry
In my deepest darkest days
I die
In my deepest darkest days
I learn to try
I reach for the sky
With my arms open high
And always remember who I am

I will affirm; I’ve made a difference
Remembering who I am,
please remember who I am

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