Own the Moment

17
Mar
2014

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We are brave like a soldier

Overcoming daily battles

Scared of the darkness

Always haunted by something nobody knows

Full of potential

Hidden deep in our sole

Able to achieve more than we ever could believe

Smart enough to know what we don’t know

Knowing more than we think we do

Holding tight to a moment of greatness achieved so long ago

Living today for a grander tomorrow

Caught in a moment that seems never ending

Next thing you know, Today hits you in the face

All that we can hang onto.  All that we can own

Is right here and right now

Face it courageously

Confidently grab hold

Regain your greatness

Own the moment

Enjoy Your Ride

Enjoy Your Ride
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6 Responses to “ Own the Moment ”

  1. Eric Hutchins on May 20, 2014 at 11:18 pm

    I save ALL of the post announcements from LTB when My life is crazy because I dont want to miss any of it. I feel like I really have been a lame friend and supporter and that bugs me, but life is about priorities and you just do the very best you can. I love the poetry and love that I am starting to catch back up slowly on some LTB vibrations.

  2. Daniel Christianson on March 17, 2014 at 6:44 pm

    Nice.

  3. gswbike on March 17, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    Great reflection and positive vibes Darryl. Remember, Bike Fast / Live Slow…. Ride On, buddy.

  4. MochaSpoke Mandy on March 17, 2014 at 10:44 am

    Yes. Yes. and Yes!! I love your poetry. <3 I'm owning my moment today.

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