Sonnet: On Early Decision-Making

In Life, decide one must some day, some way;
Indecisions don't help you forward march;
And better late than never too, some may;
Procrastination is man’s rival arch.

Decide one must in everything, some day,
To plough the field and sow the seeds aright;
For Time and Tide await no man, they say;
So, plan thy work whether by day or night.

Yet, start, one must the job assigned to you;
Unless you start, you never reach your goal;
And having started, duty one must do;
For otherwise, you never know your role.

Decide one must whether it be good/bad;
Let failures come but never become sad.

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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