Leave It Be

Passing, yet dragging the time wares on my youth,
  to conjure the ambition, forward-on with my rouse.
 See not what will come, or to whom it concerns,
 henceforth carry-on, like animals we learn.
 Raised and berated, given so much stamina,
 when our days come to end, then only maxima. 
 Take what you're battled with, and leave it, forgone,
 while a motto streams in your mind, "henceforth, and gone".
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