A GOOD DAY |How to define a day?

How to define a day?
Well..well,can anyone say?
This is the question for you all, in today’s literary tray.
Let me answer it for you anyway.
Past failures are not where one’s mind should lay,
Think of all the good things you can do today.
Let the negative fear be kept away ,
Let’s be focused only on happiness today.
Learn to see everyday as a worthy new day,
Add excitement to it like you would, to the newly married groom that stay.
Live it whole by adding hope, and enrich it with only good things to say
Don’t connect it to any past gloom, or allow its decay.
Let it everyday be an ideal pathway,
See it as your most potential gateway.
Everyday comes through the cosmic way,
It’s to show us humans, that there is a new opportunity to say hurray!
Let everyday shine in your life like a new bright ray,
Let it be filled with positivity that keep soaring in your bay.
Don’t waste it on past failures that slay,
We have lots to smile today, and more good things are on the way
End all your days with a call to cosmic in pray
Express your gratitude, and request for another great day
Treat every new day in your life as hope,where one has many new things to say.
Let them be cherished closer to your heart as the most hopeful way


Shiju H. Pallithazheth


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Written by Shiju H Pallithazheth

He is a multi genre best selling author of “Katashi Tales” & “The Ghost Wisdom”. He is the founder of Motivational Strips, world’s most active writers forum. Author Shiju H Pallithazheth additionally handles presidential roles in world’s top two writers unions namely ‘World Nations Writers Union’ and ‘Union Hispanomundial De Escritores’. He is also the Global Advisor of Lasosyasyon Lar Sans Frontyer (Government of Seychelles Literary board ). He is respected worldwide as a literary mentor, writers coach and motivational speaker. He is currently based in Sultanate of Oman


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