The Key To Success

This poem is my contribution to Jingle’s Thursdays Poets’ Rally week 12.

To fail  is n’t  to regress

It’s only  an extra stride

On the road to success

and sweet self-pride

it ‘s not a shame to fail

after you tried to no avail

but it’s shameful to retreat

after suffering a defeat.

it’s not a shame  to blunder

after you did  all your best

but it’s shameful to surrender

and resigned your success quest.

you’ve got to learn from mistakes

and to raise up your  stakes.

Set a  realistic goal to seek

And work hard to reach the peak.


Thanks jingle for this beautiful award, It’ll give me a strong impetus to go on improving my writing skill.


17 Responses

  1. Beautiful poem,dear friend!
    The words are powerfull!
    Thank you for share it!! 🙂

    Have a wonderful week-end!! 🙂

  2. Fantastic words- I completely agree with your views. Which are truly wise and realistic.

  3. That was so true and inspiring poem…. wonderful lines… jus keep it up buddy….
    thanx for sharing it with us. u rock… as u always do.

    you find my poem here! … follow the link…

  4. Inspiring poem. Thanks. I needed to hear that this morning 🙂

  5. Wise words. “and resign your success quest”.

  6. Making us all think. 🙂 Thanks!

  7. Love the lesson in your words.

  8. You captured the journey of success. I have awards on my blog post for you.

  9. great poem…failing forward…something i strive for….

  10. Very true words. Success is a long, twisting road, but it must be stuck to.
    You’ll find mine here.

  11. Very true! This especially impacts me because I’m a small business owner, and I’m fully responsible for any messes and mistakes that come my way.

  12. ….what a great message…and so true to put to the test each day…I love the way you put it together and your artistic style of presentation….

  13. Me got awards and dedication for you!
    Hope you likey!
    SPRING Award Part One
    SPRING Award Part Two

  14. you always do an awesome job!
    insightful perspective!

  15. A very uplifting poem…with advice that is sometimes difficult to follow…but necessary.

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