10+Excuses Poem

0
39

Poem 1

In A Realm Where Excuses Roam,
I Shall Pen A Poem, Rhythm To The Bone.
With Words So Rich And Meaning Deep,
Let The Excuses No Longer Seep.

Excuses, The Tales We Often Weave,
To Justify What We Can't Achieve.
They Dance And Twirl In Their Deceit,
As We Cling To Them, Our Minds Replete.

"I'm Too Tired," We Often Cry,
When Challenges Approach, We'd Rather Lie.
But Within Those Words, We Fail To See,
The Strength That Lies In Adversity.

"I Don't Have Time," Becomes Our Refrain,
Avoiding Responsibility, We Sustain.
Yet Moments Slip Through Our Hands Like Sand,
Leaving Us Wondering, Where Did It All Land?

"I'm Not Good Enough," We Softly Sigh,
Doubt Consuming Dreams, Making Them Shy.
But Within Our Hearts, A Fire Burns,
Yearning To Break Free, And Lessons Learned.

Excuses, The Chains That Bind Our Souls,
Preventing Growth And Reaching Our Goals.
They Mask Our Fears, Our Doubts, Our Pain,
But True Progress Lies In Breaking Their Chain.

So Let Us Cast Aside These Feeble Lies,
Embrace The Challenges That Make Us Rise.
For In Each Hurdle, A Chance To Grow,
To Let Our Inner Strength Truly Show.

Poem 2

In The Realm Of Excuses, I Take My Stance,
To Craft A Poem, A Lyrical Dance.
With Words Adorned In Rhythm And Rhyme,
I'll Explore The Depths Of This Timely Chime.

Excuses, Like Whispers In The Wind,
Seductive Tales, Where Truths Rescind.
They Weave Their Webs Of Subtle Deceit,
Veiling The Path Where Success And Failure Meet.

"I'm Too Tired," The Common Refrain,
When Challenges Beckon, We Feign Disdain.
But Within Weariness Lies Untapped Might,
A Spark Awaiting To Illuminate The Night.

"I Don't Have Time," A Lament We Claim,
To Evade Responsibilities, Shift The Blame.
Yet Time, Like A River, Forever Flows,
Waiting For Us To Seize And Let It Compose.

"I'm Not Skilled Enough," We Confess,
Doubt Gripping Our Hearts, Causing Distress.
But Hidden Talents Lie Dormant, Awaiting Cue,
To Blossom And Flourish, Revealed Anew.

Excuses, Dear Friends, Hold Us In Sway,
Stifling Growth, Inhibiting Our Way.
But Courage Awaits Beyond Their Allure,
To Conquer Mountains And Dreams Secure.

So Shed The Shackles Of Excuses' Guise,
Embrace Challenges With Resolute Eyes.
For In Every Trial, Strength Finds Its Birth,
And Excuses Dissolve, Revealing Our Worth.

Poem 3

In The Realm Of Excuses, Let Us Delve,
Where Tales Of Evasion, Our Minds Shall Weave.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, I Shall Craft A Song,
Exploring The Excuses That Do Us Wrong.

Oh, Excuses, Sweet Seducers Of Fate,
Masking Our Fears, Tempting Us To Abate.
In The Face Of Challenges, We Retreat,
Cloaking Our Weaknesses With Lies Discreet.

"I'm Too Busy," The Refrain We Proclaim,
When Opportunities Knock, We Play The Game.
But Within Those Moments, Potential Lies,
Yearning For Action, Eager To Rise.

"I'm Not Ready," We Whisper In Doubt,
Avoiding Risks, We Choose To Sit It Out.
Yet Courage Lies Dormant, Waiting To Bloom,
Unleashing Our Power, Dispelling The Gloom.

"I'm Not Capable," The Excuse We Tell,
Afraid Of Failure, We Bid Dreams Farewell.
But Beneath Self-doubt, A Fire Does Burn,
Ready To Ignite, Eager To Learn.

Excuses, Dear Friends, Hold Us In Sway,
Preventing Progress, Leading Us Astray.
But Within Our Souls, Lies Strength Untold,
Yearning To Break Free, To Unfold.

So Cast Off The Shackles, Embrace The Unknown,
Confront The Challenges That Have Grown.
For Excuses Are But Barriers To Our Success,
It's Time To Rise Above And Truly Impress.

Poem 4

In The Realm Of Excuses, Where Shadows Creep,
I'll Weave A Poem, Profound And Deep.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, I'll Paint A Scene,
Exploring Excuses, Those Barriers Unseen.

Excuses, Like Whispers In The Midnight Air,
A Refuge We Seek When Life's Burdens We Bear.
They Cloak Our Weaknesses, Offer A Disguise,
But Beneath Their Fa├žade, Potential Lies.

"I'm Too Busy," We Often Cry,
When New Opportunities Come Nigh.
But Time, My Dear, Is Within Our Control,
To Prioritize Dreams, To Reach Our Goal.

"I'm Not Ready," We Whisper In Fear,
Hesitant To Step Forward, To Persevere.
But Growth Awaits Beyond Comfort's Shore,
Embrace The Unknown, Let Courage Soar.

"I'm Not Talented," We Sigh In Despair,
As Dreams Wither Away, Caught In A Snare.
But Hidden Within Is A Spark Divine,
Nurture It With Passion, Watch It Shine.

Excuses, My Friend, Hold Us Back,
Limiting Our Potential, Keeping Us Off Track.
But Beneath Their Grasp, Lies Our True Might,
Unleash It With Determination, Take Flight.

So Shed The Excuses That Bind Your Wings,
Embrace Challenges, The Joy That It Brings.
For In The Face Of Adversity, We Grow,
Excuses No More, Let Your Brilliance Show.

Poem 5

In The Realm Of Excuses, Where Stories Unwind,
I Shall Compose A Poem, With Words Entwined.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, Let The Verses Flow,
As We Explore The Depths Of Excuses We Know.

Excuses, Oh Excuses, The Barriers We Raise,
To Justify Our Actions, To Hide In A Maze.
They Wear Disguises, Both Subtle And Sly,
Shielding Our Shortcomings, As Time Passes By.

"I'm Too Tired," We Whisper With A Sigh,
When Challenges Arise, And Efforts Run High.
But Within Exhaustion, Strength May Reside,
To Push Beyond Limits, To Reach Far And Wide.

"I Don't Have Time," Echoes Our Refrain,
Avoiding Tasks, Evading Growth's Domain.
Yet Time, My Dear, Is A Gift We've Been Given,
To Nurture Our Passions, To Strive And Be Driven.

"I'm Not Capable," Our Self-doubt Claims,
Preferring To Stay Within Familiar Domains.
But Deep Within Us Lies Untapped Potential,
Yearning For Expression, To Break Free From Its Shell.

Excuses, My Friend, Hold Us In Place,
Constraining Our Potential, Stifling Our Grace.
But Courage Awaits Beyond Their Facade,
To Step Into The Unknown, Where Dreams Applaud.

So Shed The Excuses That Hold You Back,
Embrace The Challenges, Stay On The Right Track.
For In The Face Of Adversity, We Rise,
Excuses No Longer, As Greatness We Realize.

Poem 6

In The Realm Of Excuses, Where Shadows Reside,
I'll Craft A Poem, With Words As My Guide.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, I'll Paint A Scene,
Exploring Excuses, Those Barriers Unseen.

Excuses, Those Whispers That Cling To Our Fears,
Whispering Sweetly, In Our Listening Ears.
They Wrap Us In Comfort, A Shield From The Storm,
But Deep Down We Know, They Keep Us From Warm.

"I'm Too Busy," We Say With A Sigh,
When Dreams Come Knocking, We Let Them Pass By.
But Within Those Moments, Potential Is Lost,
As We Trade Our Desires For Tasks At All Cost.

"I'm Not Ready," We Murmur With Doubt,
Avoiding The Leap, The Unknown To Scout.
But Growth Lies In Waiting, Beyond The Comfort Zone,
To Embrace The Challenge, And Claim It As Our Own.

"I'm Not Talented," We Whisper In Dismay,
As Our Passions And Dreams Begin To Decay.
But Hidden Within Us, A Spark Softly Gleams,
Waiting To Be Nurtured, To Burst Through The Seams.

Excuses, Dear Friends, Hold Us In Chains,
Restricting Our Progress, Diluting Our Gains.
But Courage And Resilience Await Our Embrace,
To Break Free From Excuses, To Find Our Own Space.

So Let Us Shed The Shackles, Unburden Our Soul,
Embrace The Challenges That Make Us Whole.
For In The Absence Of Excuses, We'll Truly See,
The Boundless Potential That Lies Within You And Me.

Poem 7

In The Realm Of Excuses, Where Shadows May Creep,
I'll Craft A Poem, Both Tender And Deep.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, Let The Verses Align,
As We Explore The Excuses That Intertwine.

Excuses, Those Whispers That Mask Our Desires,
Veiling Our Potential With Tales That Transpire.
They Dance On Our Lips, Like A Siren's Sweet Song,
But Deep Down We Know, They Lead Us Astray, Wrong.

"I'm Too Tired," We Murmur, In Weariness' Plight,
When Challenges Beckon, We Shrink From The Fight.
But Within Our Fatigue Lies Strength Yet Untapped,
To Conquer The Obstacles, No Longer Entrapped.

"I Don't Have Time," Becomes Our Refrain,
As Obligations Consume Us, Leaving Dreams Wane.
But Time Is A Canvas, With Moments To Seize,
To Pursue Our Passions, To Let Our Hearts Please.

"I'm Not Ready," We Whisper, Our Courage Deferred,
Fear Gripping Our Steps, Like A Weight Undisturbed.
But Readiness Blooms Through The Act Of Endeavor,
To Embrace The Unknown, To Face It With Fervor.

Excuses, My Friend, Hold Us Back From Our Bloom,
Tethering Potential, Obscuring Our Room.
But Within Our Souls Lies Strength And Resilience,
To Shatter The Barriers, Unleash Brilliance.

So Let Us Cast Off The Excuses We Keep,
Embrace The Challenges, Rising Bold And Deep.
For In The Absence Of Excuses' Embrace,
We'll Discover Our Power, Our Truest Embrace.

Poem 8

In The Realm Of Excuses, Where Shadows May Dwell,
I'll Compose A Poem, Weaving Words To Compel.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, Let The Verses Unfold,
As We Delve Into Excuses, Both Young And Old.

Excuses, Those Whispers That Shield Us From Change,
They Entangle Our Thoughts, Their Grip Can Be Strange.
They Mask Our True Potential, Hold Us In Place,
Yet Within Lies The Power For Us To Embrace.

"I'm Too Busy," We Say With A Sigh,
When Opportunities Knock, We Let Them Slip By.
But Amidst The Chaos, Time Can Be Found,
To Pursue Our Dreams, On Solid Ground.

"I'm Not Ready," We Whisper In Doubt,
Fear Of The Unknown Causing Us To Flout.
But Readiness Comes Not From Endless Delay,
It Blooms In Action, In Taking The Way.

"I'm Not Skilled Enough," We Often Confess,
A Self-imposed Barrier That Causes Distress.
Yet Skills Can Be Learned, With Dedication And Will,
To Conquer The Challenges, To Climb Every Hill.

Excuses, My Friend, They Hold Us In Chains,
They Drain Our Ambitions, Where Potential Remains.
But Courage Awaits Us Beyond Their Disguise,
To Break Free From Excuses, To Reach For The Skies.

So Let Us Shed The Excuses That Bind,
Embrace The Unknown, Leave No Dreams Behind.
For Within Lies The Power To Grow And To Thrive,
To Embrace Life's Challenges, And Truly Come Alive.

Poem 9

n The Realm Of Excuses, Where Shadows Reside,
I'll Craft A Poem, With Words As My Guide.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, Let The Verses Take Flight,
As We Explore The Excuses That Dim Our Light.

Excuses, Those Whispers That Hold Us In Sway,
Convincing Our Hearts To Stay Away.
They Mask Our Potential, Our Hidden Might,
As We Yield To Comfort, Avoiding The Fight.

"I'm Too Tired," We Mutter, In Weary Refrain,
When Challenges Beckon, We Shy Away In Pain.
But Within Exhaustion, Lies Strength Yet Untapped,
To Conquer The Obstacles, To Rise, Adapt.

"I Don't Have Time," Becomes Our Excuse,
As We Let The Days Slip, Our Dreams Diffuse.
But Time, My Dear, Is A Treasure Untold,
To Be Wielded Wisely, To Embrace And Unfold.

"I'm Not Ready," We Whisper, Gripped By Fear,
The Unknown Looming, Uncomfortably Near.
But Readiness Blossoms Through Daring To Try,
To Venture Forth, Spread Wings, And Touch The Sky.

Excuses, My Friend, Are Chains That We Bear,
They Shroud Our Potential, They Weaken And Ensnare.
But Within Us Resides A Strength Unyielding,
To Cast Off The Excuses, Embrace Bold, Revealing.

So Let Us Shed The Excuses That Confine,
And Seize The Moments, With Purpose Align.
For In The Absence Of Excuses, We Find,
Our True Selves Emerging, Empowered, Refined.

Poem 10

In The Realm Of Excuses, Where Reasons Lie,
I'll Pen A Poem, Exploring The Sky.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, Let The Words Take Flight,
As We Delve Into Excuses, Both Dark And Light.

Excuses, Those Whispers That Hide Our Fears,
Shielding Us From Truths, Blurring Our Clear.
They Dance On Our Tongues, A Melody Of Evasion,
But Within Their Confines, We Stall Our Progression.

"I'm Too Busy," We Murmur, A Common Refrain,
When Opportunities Knock, We Let Them Wane.
But Amidst The Chaos, Time Can Be Found,
To Pursue Our Passions, On Solid Ground.

"I'm Not Ready," We Whisper, A Timid Excuse,
Afraid To Venture Forth, To Face The Abuse.
But Readiness Comes Not From Endless Delay,
It Blooms In Action, In Seizing The Day.

"I'm Not Talented," We Often Confess,
A Self-imposed Barrier, Causing Distress.
But Talent Can Be Nurtured, With Effort And Care,
To Unveil Our Potential, And Dreams To Ensnare.

Excuses, My Friend, They Hold Us At Bay,
They Hinder Our Progress, Leading Us Astray.
But Within Us Lies Courage, Waiting To Ignite,
To Break Free From Excuses, To Shine Ever Bright.

So Let Us Cast Off The Excuses We've Known,
Embrace The Challenges, And Let Our Strengths Be Shown.
For In The Absence Of Excuses' Embrace,
We Discover Our Power, Our Boundless Grace.

Poem 11

In The Realm Of Excuses, Where Shadows Reside,
A Poem Shall Unfold, With Words As My Guide.
With Rhythm And Rhyme, Let The Verses Entwine,
As We Explore Excuses That Hinder Our Shine.

Excuses, Those Whispers That Echo In The Mind,
They Mask Our True Potential, Keep Us Confined.
They Weave Their Webs Of Comfort, Shielding Us So,
From The Challenges That Beckon, The Paths We Must Go.

"I'm Too Tired," We Say, As We Let Moments Slip,
Allowing Our Dreams To Wither, Our Passions To Dip.
But Within Exhaustion, A Fire Can Still Burn,
To Energize Our Spirit, Ignite The Desire To Learn.

"I Don't Have Time," Becomes The Refrain We Repeat,
Yet Time Is A Precious Gift, Not For Us To Deplete.
With Every Passing Moment, Opportunities Arise,
To Chase Our Aspirations, To Reach For The Skies.

"I'm Not Ready," We Whisper, As Doubts Take Their Hold,
But Readiness Comes Not From Waiting, Timid And Cold.
It Blooms Through Experience, Through Taking A Chance,
Embracing The Unknown, Stepping Into Life's Dance.

Excuses, My Friend, Can Be Chains That Confine,
Constraining Our Growth, Limiting What We Find.
But Within Us Lies Courage, Waiting To Be Set Free,
To Break Through The Barriers, To Unlock Our Decree.

So Let Us Shed The Excuses, Release Their Tight Grip,
And Embark On The Journey, With Passion And Zip.
For In The Absence Of Excuses' Restraining Sway,
We Discover Our Strength, And Pave Our Own Way.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here