Hero/Heroine – Ballad, anaphora and epistrophe


Have you ever looked in a mirror?

Have you ever yourself seen?

Have you ever believed?

That you are all the hero that you need.

If you make angels out of people

If you make them a hero that you see

How will you make yourself believe

That you are the one that you need?

They maybe smart

They maybe nice

They may make you believe

That they are all that you need.

But its you, that you must trust,

Its from you that all the strength comes

You need to believe

That even you, is what they need.

You push through pain

You know what you need to gain

You should start to believe

You are the hero that you need.

In my opinion, you are your own hero/heroineYes, I am aware and have witnessed that people are blessed with other forms out side of their own – in simple words, people who care and support and bring them up when they are down and all. They are truly blessed. And yes people do need these kind of people in their life, but mostly, they need to be heroes for themselves more. Well, not only for themselves, but for others as well.

Note: This is not written for anyone in particular. And now, I shall leave you with this awesome quote:




11 thoughts on “Hero/Heroine – Ballad, anaphora and epistrophe

    • littlesnowflake says:

      Thank you! Yes, its true. As we grow, the more we realize we are our own way to be happier an d that shows us our value 😀


  1. 3skay says:

    This was lovely piece, and strikes home with point I try to emphasis. If there is no enemy within, the enemy without can’t heart us. Finding out strength. Thank you for the share.

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