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Dec 2011
The small size of  an ant
is determined to lift a branch
times two of its size
no matter what the ant still tries
it tugs and pulls and cries
and finally its determination makes it thrive
well why is it that I
,much larger than a ant,
cannot lift a single branch of determination
why is it we give up after the first tug?
Is it because we have no desire like the bug?
We must not want it quite enough
if we wanted it like the bug
we would have it by the first tug
Michaela Ginter
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Michaela Ginter
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