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Upward Climb
23 May, 2002
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)

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I started at the bottom
Not knowing if I'd reach the top
With each step I took
I got closer to the spot

It didn't look that steep at first
Until I got up higher
Then I realized there was another hill
I thought I would expire

Though taking more than several rests
I climbed each graduating hill
I knew that if I took my time
My goal I would fulfill

So I took a few more steps
Resting till my heart re-slowed
Then starting again once more
I was back to climbing mode

My husband stayed ahead of me
By maybe 20 feet
Goading me with what I couldn't see
This hill I was determined to beat

I finished the last few steps it took
Reaching my goal felt so good
I think I can, I think I can
Turned to Yes! I knew I could

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Laura (24.1.49.1) -- Tuesday, March 2 2004, 12:04 am

release information sought

Would it be ok to use this poem with one word altered, for a fifth grade graduation ceremony? Substitute the word teacher for husband Laura
Kushal Chachan (122.179.163.7) -- Monday, September 15 2014, 03:45 pm

Nice poem

Its a nice poem. I got to know about this when I was searching google for one word substitution of upward climb. I read it, outstanding lines by the poet.

Thanks and Regards
Kushal Chachan
India
 
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