It gotta be you

P.C :- Tim Hรผfner @ Unsplash

No fall is too deep,

No hurdle is too huge,

No aspiration is too big,

No boundary is too vast,

For those eyes that dare to dream,

For those minds that wishes to focus,

For those hands that cares to toil,

For those hearts that efforts to act,

There is no big a motivator than oneself,

There is no cheerful a cheer leader than yourself,

Plenty may be said and done,

But if things must work for you, it definitely gotta be you.

83 words.

Thoughts :- I pictured the lady in the picture motivating us, goading us to act, for the dreams we dare to dream.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running the What do you see challenge #61. The challenge is to use the above picture as an inspiration for the photo prompt. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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