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Destiny is Calling...

When a Man sets out to do Poetry he already has to figure it will be taken into some kind of odd consideration to begin with.Oh, Who Cares !

This Poem is dedicated to the impressive "Come-Back Spirit" that George Foreman showed the World way back in 1994. That was when he stepped back into "the Ring" (after retiring from Boxing in 1977) at the age of 45, and won a heavyweight championship title(s) by knocking-out 26-year-old Michael Moorer.

When Destiny and Determination Meet...What Are You Going To Do?


Destiny is calling…and I will answer it one more time…

Re-Inspire my desire…This time I will put it all on the line…

With Determination…the highest priority on my mind…

Wishful thinking takes over…I will punch my way out of a bind.


Driven by my deepest fiber from within…

I will step back into “the Ring” once again…

This time…It will not be over…until I say when…

And go toe to toe with my opposition…a desire of all men.


When a man is given the Opportunity and inspired by Courage…

Getting back into the ring as an older man…becomes a rite of passage…

As with wine…the years behind it…help improve its’ vintage…

Prepared for the task at hand…I’m ready to start a rampage.


Every man has to do what he has to do…That’s true…

Of stamina and endurance…I’m here to tell you…

Better not throw in the towel…until I am through…

I will not leave until I do what I have come here to do.


Overcoming this challenge…shall be my legacy…

At the Summit’s top…I will be what I must be…

Up against the ropes in life...so many times...from punches landed on me…

This time will be the time...you'll ultimately see...that I will have the victory.


So after struggling…and after so long of not feeling complete…

Something or Someone will pay for every time that I was beat…

Invincible …I was not ever down for the count...in total defeat…

Don’t ever count me out…At the place...Where destiny and determination meet.

ESSENTIAL BOXING GLOVES RED / BLACK

ESSENTIAL BOXING GLOVES RED / BLACK

© 2009 ManlyPoetryMan

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