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Aismile

Big Versus Small

Life is full of dream, big and small
To choose to be the big, one is big
To choose to be the small, one is all right
All that is in proportion to one's dream
Great or trivial
That attitude accounts
And makes a difference in one's life
With that attitude
One may only half way through the dream
Without that attitude
Dream could hardly start
And a life ends with regret
Pretty good, Aismile-- and only your 3rd?. You should pay more attention to punctuation, which is as important in poetry as it is in prose. Breaking verse into stanzas as we break essays into paragraphs is also an important way to communicate clearly:

'Life is full of dreams, big and small.
To choose to be the big, one is big;
To choose to be the small, one is all right.

All that is in proportion to one's dreams;
Great or trivial,
That attitude counts,
And makes a difference in one's life.

With that attitude
One may make it only half way through the dream;
Without that attitude
The dream could hardly start,
And life would end with regret.'
The ant stares at his small abode
The cavernous wall of 5 inches
Towers over him and he smiles.

But what's this a giant face
Some grotesque form
4 limbs and a glaring stare
The walls are gone, this beast is everywhere!

So small, his crushed, tiny little hole
Crushed tiny little home
As he scurries deeper into the earth
To resume an infinity and build his life's worth
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AismileLife is full of dream, big and small To choose to be the big, one is big To choose to be the small, one is all right

My dream's size is medium. I have no wish to reach the maximum nor will to stay at minimum.