A Chance Worth To Remember Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis


When it comes to dawnA
It isn't the time to yawnA
It is the time to clear your throatB
And utter some words to GodC
For the good care and favor to liveD
Forget about your worriesE
Your distress and griefF
Just say thank youG
The Almighty will make it briefF
And you won't live to striveD
When your loved ones are goneA
In time of sorrow and despairH
But you need not to lose hopeI
Just sink into your mindJ
And say this journey will endK
Do not sleep like a stoneL
Be more alert day and nightM
Yes it is so That the time is evilN
That if you feel you are weakO
Do not lie at the shores because the storm is worseP

Francis Omariba
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