Motivational poems are like the extra cheese on a pizza. We all need motivation. However, we are hesitant to ask for it. In fact, being vulnerable is the hardest in the present world where vulnerability is a weakness. For instance, I think neither needing inspiration nor reading motivational poems is a weakness. After that, I think it is a sign of deep inner strength. No one is more motivated than a person who is courageous enough to ask for help. Or, read aloud poems for motivation.
The Debut of Motivational Poems in Our Series
In our series of poems for national poetry month, this is the closest to my heart. Above all, they have helped me in my hard time. In addition, I want it to help others. I just don’t want it to be another list of poems that motivate. In other words, I want it to make them a better person. In conclusion, kindness is as important as motivation (poems) is.
1. Achievements (Motivational Poems)
You still appeared in that exam even though you doubted you weren’t good enough. You ate when you wanted to starve yourself to suppress your anger.
You changed to new clothes when it was hard to stand in front of the mirror. You smiled to make someone else happy.
Above all, I hope you count these things when you ask yourself what you have achieved in life.
2. Uniqueness Redefined
Oh little boy,
Believe in yourself. Don’t be afraid of failure. You are more capable than you think you can ever be.
Please don’t throw yourself into despair if they mock you for your simplicity
You’re unique. Embrace your character. Embrace.
3. Ask For It
People find themselves in toxic relationships but they don’t move out. Their jobs suffocate them, but then don’t switch. They get bullied, but they don’t change their friend-circle.
All for the very same reason: I only deserve what I’ve gotten by chance.
I wish I could tell them that you only get what you ask for.
4. Enlightenment (Poems for Motivation)
I didn’t need to travel seven countries and climb mountains for enlightenment.
I learned it by myself.
The more I tried to change myself, the bigger disappointment I became
I’d to learn that I’ll never be enough for some people, and it doesn’t define me. Instead, it defines them for not accepting me the way I’m.
When you say that you’re in pain even if you smile, I believe you.
When you tell me how hard it’s for you to leave the bed in the morning and show table manners when you cat with your colleagues, I understand.
Don’t let people invalidate your feelings
You have the right to mourn-and to not feel okay. You’re worthy of being taken care of when you can’t take care of yourself.
6. Tragedy (Motivational Poems)
The biggest tragedy most people live with is their audacity to prove
To prove that they they matter. To prove that they are worth something. To prove that they deserve who they love and what they want. It’s the root cause of the disbelief that is growing inside us.
The only thing that you’ve to prove me and I’ve to prove you is that we are independent of justifications.
I believe in what you say and what you do.
The motivational speakers. The school principal. The milkman. The product manager. Mother. Sixth-grade friend.The librarian. The struggling engineer
The dreamers. The sleepy heads. The procrastinators. Journalists. Travelers. Readers. Carpenters.
Your pain is valid.
8. Average (Poems Motivation)
It’s not just okay to be average. It’s perfectly all right.
You’re probably going to live at least one moment that no one in the human race has. You will still become a good grandfather if you make it that long and it won’t matter if your salary isn’t in six figures or which university you’ve graduated from.
Excelling at something only determines how well you do it. It’s a check-mark in your grocery list. It’s not the content of your epitaph.
I don’t miss you now. Or maybe, I do, and I’m just trying to fool myself. Ah, I’ve no idea what it is. Above all, it doesn’t matter. It’s just that, when I need you by my side, you aren’t here. It’s scaring me.
Therefore, I fear if I manage to withstand this adversity of my own and I do believe I’ll – it’ll push me farther than you have pushed me. After that, if you return, I’m sure I won’t be standing at the same place where you left me. In conclusion, you will undergo the same pain as I’m currently doing, and that too with the same longevity. Remember, no matter what, I’ll never want you to suffer in any way, even if it comes to the cost of my own very own sufferings.
I am not ashamed of my suffering. In the past few years, I have undergone things I wish no goes through. I have disappointed people. I have watched them leave with no explanations. One day, they decided to do it. And, they just did.
I have failed when I wasn’t supposed to. I have lost things I had worked extremely hard to earn. I myself have pushed people away. I have lost people who I still miss every single day. It is like standing on the edge of an immeasurably tall building and looking down. You know what You’re looking at everything there is to see.
Above all, I am not ashamed of my suffering. All I have is a sorry pen. And, a few sentences that leave scars on my fingers as I write with no clue of what really awaits me. I no more wear my heart on my sleeve like I once used to. There is just the vicious defense mechanism that I call mine.
Moreover, my cousin told me that I should stop taking people for granted. They will give up on me one day if I don’t take off my defense mechanism. I think not wanting to let people come close to you is also not something to be ashamed of. I like to believe that nothing about me ever is.
A Tribute to Charles Bukwoski for Motivation to Inspiration to Poems
For instance, I think the thing with these poems is I don’t know where they came from. Therefore, I just sat in front of my keyboard and they did. Moreover, the only thing I remember doing is listening to Don’t do it by Charles Bukowski. As a result, it has saved my life several times. Above all, if not my poems, I hope his poems save yours. In fact, needing motivational poems to save you isn’t a weakness too. Therefore, you can listen it here.
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I have no blood in my veins. I have ink.