The Man In The Moon Stayed Up Too Late

Poem By John Ronald Reuel Tolkien

Come far, but still far
Still far from expectation
Still far from destination
But how much far?
This I cannot fathom
But one thing I know
I’ve from come far

I will keep fighting on
Hoping against hope
That my destined terminus
Will, in time, be reached

I will get there, definitely
It won’t be easy, yet
Heavens, knows how
But as sure as the sun rises
Every blessed break of day
I will arrive in flying colours
I will surely overcome
For I am a winner
He is on my side

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