Monday, 4 March 2013

March Fourth

So I know that May 4th is Star Wars Day. But I realised that there is another month that is also a word and that month is March. So I think that today, March 4th, should also be a holiday. A holiday where we tell our family that we love them but tell ourselves we are loved too. A day to make dreams to achieve and to make ourselves better people than the day before. A day to be proud of who we are and let the world know we are proud. A day you may say to March Fourth. I hope you enjoy.

March Fourth

Let today be the day
You March Fourth
The day you try to achieve your dreams
Hold your head up high
Be proud of who you are
For today is a day
Where no one should loathe you
Just for being you
And I’m sorry if they do
But their words are not true
Today is a day of improvement
Where I desire to aspire
To be just a little better
Than the day before
Today I tell my family
How much I love them
Need them,
Take them for granted
Hope the best for them
Because they mean the world to me
And I count myself lucky
That they feel the same way about me
Today is the day
That I smile a little brighter
Hug a little tighter
Feel happy at a friend’s success
Today is the day I March Fourth
And may you all be there by my side
Because when we are together
We have pride.


  1. This is a marvolous poem with a lovely idea! I will celebrate it withyou Octa! You are brilliant!
    But for me, the family I acknowladge will be my son, younger brothers, and my blog family. (most of all you)
    Thank you for coming up with this wonderful idea and forming it into a lovely encouraging and uplifting poem! You never fail to delight me.
    I love this and I love you. *hugs* <3

  2. Brilliant, Octa, really and truly. This is a wonderful idea and a wonderful poem.

  3. Oh, man, that just made my day! ;)
    It never ceases to amaze me how inspiring and uplifting your poems can be. I love it, Octa, as I love all of your poetry! Such a clever idea as well!

    Ahhh, I'm so happy. I needed something like this! :D Its so epic, it needs its own awesome music to accompany it!

    Thanks Octa! :)