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Hello Up There!

I talk to you though you never say much

Near enough to see,

Far enough unable to touch

You listen to my woes and often we don’t say a word

Yet you fill this aching heart

You manage to remove the stabbed sword

I sit here, looking up

We both are quite still

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This World

I love the rain and the sun

I love the moon and stars even when they’ve gone

I love the butterflies that have become scarce 

And the dragonflies that have disappeared

Life And World

I knew, I too

I wondered and pondered

I loved, fell but got back aboved

I stopped and went, almost got broken and bent

But I went on as did the world

Imagine It

A mind at peace

And the world too

Natural wonders and beauty 

Everlasting calmness

The sun rises and sets with always a new light!

Oh wouldn’t it be great if it were?

Where Is Home?

A soul roamed the world, traveled as they say

Took the routes and different ways

Traveled far and it was good

But still, the soul wasn’t in the mood

It was missing something

Even when it did everything 

It lacked warmth, familiarity, roots

It just went wherever it suits

It knew it’s way but was still lost

The soul needed a home, needed it at all cost!
But where is this home?

That Time

There was a time when the world was still

and so was my heart.
I wonder where it went?

Oh hello world!

Hello world, how are you?

I’ve been keeping you from a distance

Been looking from the outside

Many beautiful things you offer

But some of my kind doesn’t bother.
They fight, they bicker

Back stab one another

It is no wonder

Why you cry floods of water

You try to cleanse yourself of us

Seeing we’re the impurities.
Hello world. Is it too late for me to say how lovely you are?

How precious you are

How grateful should all of us be.

Hello world…..

Beautiful People

Beautiful is the sun

Beautiful is the day

Beautiful is the world

If only all people can be as beautiful 

Scorching

See poetry isn’t always about love and loss
It can be about nature, the environment and a greater cause.

About the planet, the greenhouse effect, pollution
About rebuilding, finding better alternatives, and solutions.

Most plants, trees, animals, are dying
What are we, in our little ways, doing?
We need to take action instead of moping and crying.

I can feel the world is sick because of what we have done
Look at the world now and what it has become.

Summer has always been hot but now it’s scorching
Let’s face it, taking a blind eye isn’t working.

This poetry may not do so much
But I hope it reaches people and they feel touched
By how wonderful Mother Nature truly is
And keeping her safe means for our own good, that’s the purpose of this.

Not A Word

A dip with the sunset
Washed away my being upset
I look up to the sky
While the sun bids goodbye
The stars and moon say, “hi”

Underneath the magical moment
My soul is kept silent
And I watch the show unfold
My eyes glitter as the heavens say, “behold!”
A wonderful story being told
Without a single word

This is my favorite show
A lot of people see but do not know
They can watch this for free
If they only keep still and silent

Words from a Little Person

Poets bleed from the heart and soul

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The single speaks her mind

GOD'S POETIC CHILD!!!

Dear Reader, I am here to give you a little taste of poetry with some water on the side. When you come on my blog that's all that you will taste is Poetry. Not the type of poetry where it doesn't have a meaning. The type of poetry where you will be inspired, uplifted and you will have a different mindset once you leave this site. You might even come to get a taste of this poetry again. Don't be afraid to let your kids read this blog. My poetry is for and to help the youth. Bring them along with you. You both are scrolling down your phone or on the computer anyway. Let's have fun and get a taste of some poetry. I promise this type of poetry tastes delicious. Grab a plate and a fork and I'll feed you. ENJOY!!!!

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Poetry, story and real life.

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