Saturday 23 April 2022

Trust the goodness that surrounds us

I admit I have been deceived at least a hundred times till date 

But I wonder why I still easily trust people around me, in the same way 

I quickly associate my emotions with them 

And get ready each time to stand for them 

Some have upheld my trust and how 

And I can’t praise them enough

I am so blessed to have them in my life 

The rest I tend to forget as if they were a dreadful nightmare 

I believe what we see is what we are 

And honestly I see a lot of goodness in everyone 

It is this inherent goodness of the humanity 

Which keeps the world going 

We must try and trust our fellow being 

And tell him or her you have faith in them with a smile 

This sure shall soothe and warm their hard 

And it may also wake up the good person dormant in them 

Because I feel each on of us 

Has a good and bad side 

Our personality and character takes a turn towards 

Whoever is dominant out of the two 

And this domination is often determined 

By our circumstances in life 

The kind of people we have been surrounded with most of our time 

What impact they have casted on us 

Just by trusting someone 

We make them feel valued 

And if they are genuine 

They will do everything, come what may, to uphold this trust 

I trust in this general goodness that surrounds us 

And invest my love in exactly this  

Love it with all my heart 

Expecting some day the world will only have good around

As what we give is what we get 

Let’s spread goodness and unconditional love 

Let’s trust our fellow individuals 

Let’s build a world based on goodness everywhere 

Hi everyone, thanks for dropping by, this is my seventh consecutive #BlogchatterA2Z as well as global #AtoZchallenge, and this year I am penning raw pure uncensored emotions weaved as poetry. I will so look forward to your feedback, please do let me know how are you finding it, in all earnestly. In case you wish to check out what I wrote in the previous 5 challenges here are the links for 201620172018 20192020, and 2021

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