Self Help Guide

To our previous posting “Failures, mistakes and Initiatives for Excellence and success, Working towards turning a Dream of yours into reality” we bring a second poem by Richard Innes Mulvey from Edinburgh, who also runs his own Indie music label called Lone Head Records.

From the poems which came under our eyes it may look like he is seeing this world from dark glasses. Though citizens may have been stripped raw to create a new power for him. Though he writes

English: Edinburgh Castle Lightshow during Edi...

Edinburgh Castle Lightshow during Edinburgh Festival in 2009 (Military Tatoo) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Stars keep the sky in fashion

In this world of dreams

I find myself touching everything

But I still can’t touch you.

 

Too many people keep comparing themselves with others and look up at idols , minimising their own self, instead of recognising who they really are and what they really could be able to do when they would believe more in themselves.

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Preceding

Failures, mistakes and Initiatives for Excellence and success, Working towards turning a Dream of yours into reality

Wonderful dream

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Poetry For The Divided

Take a close look at this situation

Are you closer than you think?

Focusing on the past, can it reveal the future?

Go through your personal experience

Try standing outside yourself.

Relevant clues are never easy to find

Analyze what makes you happen

Have you got the confidence of descending resignation?

Yes we are all frustrated,

but you know that is an oversimplification of your life.

Answer a real question:

If you were someone else

Would you really be happy?

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