I don't remember when I wrote this but Its theme is that we make our reality. We need to own our choices and consequences there-in. It's about the struggle in your mind when you first wake up with your thoughts pouring in often all your worries and the days struggles trying to bring you down. But it's up to you to convert your day, to build it from scratch in your mind, see it happen and execute it through your days choices.
We are the product of our own making. Personal responsibility starts from the moment your eyes open in the morning, but before you make any physical moves. Your mind can play tricks on you. It tends to store things you worry about and release them the moment you fall out of the initial wake mode and start thinking purposefully again.
This is the moment when you can't let those thoughts invade. You have to take charge and force the right thoughts in until your day's theme is set. If you don't set a positive theme and a lot of frustration, stress, drama, or all around everyday problems happened all week, month, year?.. THAT will be what sets the tone for your day. Auto-pilot sucks in this respect. I wrote this as an affirmation poem of the daily struggle many take battling their own mind at 6 a.m.