Don’t be afraid,
For the storm will pass;
And the morning breeze
Will come knocking, again
On the window.

Dont be afraid;
For the clouds, will part
For the sun;
And the thunder
would be long gone,
Like the rain.

Dont be afraid
Of the wolves at the door.
If you can make it
Till tomorrow,
You can make it.

Dont be afraid
of this dark cold night.
If we huddle together
We shall survive.

Dont be afraid
If the lamp goes out.
When the light goes out,
Wear the darkness
Like your armour.

Dont be afraid
If the walls all fall,
And the roof falls in.
You shall always have
The sky above your head.

The stars protect those
Who believe in them,
And god protects those
Who believe in themselves.

Dont be afraid,
Your time will come.
You’ll make it I promise.
Don’t be afraid.

You may not be able to see,
This moment.
‘They’ will.
And you’ll know
How far you’ve come,
When you turn around
And see all of them follow.

© Jay Kaushal

If my poems motivate you, please share them with others who you think could benefit from them.My aim is to inspire and motivate others to not quit and keep fighting.I can’t remedy the crime, the corruption, greed or poverty in this world but I can spread hope.You can too, we all can.I believe if we motivate enough people and spread enough hope, the whole world will cure itself, like a chain reaction.

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12 thoughts on “Your time will come

  1. This poem made me quite emotional. I actually read it a couple of days ago but I wanted the proper time to create a comment that summons up all the things I liked about it. First of all, I love how you depicted almost all things that I as well have connected with fear… The night, the darkness (although there is nothing wrong with the rain… 😛 ) The walls falling in… For me as well, at times of stress, it seems like the room is shrinking, like the walls are falling… It is something I have also mentioned in my poems… Since I myself am going through a difficult, transitional period, hearing the words ‘Don’t be afraid, you’ll make it, I promise’ is exactly what I need… So thank you.

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    1. Thank u so much. I am humbled by your kind words. I just wrote this one at a point I was going through an anxiety attack of sorts. I was just sitting alone in my room feeling helpless and insecure about my abilities, unsure which path to take and wondering whether things will ever work out for me. Ever. I dunno.. in that moment these words all came out with a voice deep down recognizing the biggest chink in my armour: fear. If we can learn to have hope and keep on striving forward despite the odds, I think we can make it. I can, you can, we all can.. Just don’t give up.. Your time will come. I promise. 🙂

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      1. I understand, I have been there many times myself.. But the good news is that at these most difficult times it seems that we are most inspired and we create the best work 😉 Thank you Jay ❤ Always follow your dream

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      2. Yes!!! Actually, this phrase has been stuck with me, ever since I heard it from you..What you seek is seeking you…What a great phrase!!! Its great to be connected with you too 😁😁

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  2. You have this unique way of inspiring people through your words and that’s what i really love about your works. Optimistic approach in poetry has never been so greatly portrayed than the way you do it. Awesome job, Jay!

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    1. You are always so kind to me Apple. I truly treasure your friendship. Thank you! I am so glad that my poetry resonates with you too. What can I say.. through the deepest darkest depths of despair.. rises a sound of hope and courage that gets louder and louder and louder.. until the only thing you can hear yourself say.. is that your time too, will come one day… Always heed the whispers of the warrior within you.. They know how to get you out of even the most hopeless pits of failure and depression… eventually. 🙂

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