Poems

What If?

What if I couldn’t fail?
What if I could undo things I shouldn’t have done?
What if?

I’d see things differently
I’d take more chances
I’d let go of my fears

I’d be an actor
I’d be a writer
I’d be anything I wanted to be

But if I couldn’t fail,
I wouldn’t learn how to get myself back up
I wouldn’t be stronger
I wouldn’t be a better version of who I am now

So I’d rather tell myself,
“So what if I could fail?
I just have to believe in myself.”

About the Contributor

April Eunice Brillante is an aspiring Certified Public Accountant, a frustrated writer, and a chaser of dreams. In love with fluffy unicorns, she believes that someday, in some way, she could live in a magical world called “Eunicornlandia.”

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