Poetry

Adversity

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Crowds led by those who preach to preach. They know

no more than those who speak to speak. Pray for adversity,

it’s the cornerstone for growing an identity. To understand

what you’re willing to die for is to be inherently free.


Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

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30 comments on “Adversity

  1. This is incredible… You sound like Socrates or Plato here. Truly.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. Interesting!

    Will you die for me?

    toad (chris jensen) thisoldtoad
    DarkPrince….

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  3. Deep and beautiful.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. I accidentally unfollowed you due to my carelessness and not paying attention to what I was pressing. Luckily I was able to follow back; couldn’t miss such greats poems due to my carelessness😅

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  5. Beautiful and true!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Amazing poem Jacob…Ur thoughts inspire a higher level of growth !!!😊

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Deep, deep, and so reflective

    Liked by 1 person

  8. That, is EXACTLY what this world needs, a multitude of various opinions, because diversities in culture and government is what makes it better.

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  10. Great poem. Adversity is the mold that shapes!

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  11. Awesome. Hey, I don’t even know how I ended up following this blog. Did it used to have another name? Who is this? Where am I? And how can I get invited to put some words here?

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  12. Adversity builds are character as we look back at the hard times and realize that during the dark valleys it shaped us into who we are today. Great poem.

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