Connie Webb


But Life


I think of when it is all over
No more worries about the bills
Or the health checkups
Or the state of the nation,
But life
Oh how I would miss life
The laughs
The good times
When all I have to do
Is see my son or daughter
And a smile appears.
I think of when it is all over
No more having to make my bed
Or do the dishes
Or worry about what to wear,
But life
Oh how I would miss life
The music
The dancing
The way the moon shines
The sun rises
No matter where you are.
I think of when it is all over
No more brushing my hair
Or sweeping a floor
Or dusting the cobwebs away,
But life
Oh how I would miss life
The relatives
The friends
The beaches
The redwoods.
I think of when it is all over
No more aches or pains
Or fears
Or bad memories
But life
Oh how I would miss life
So I think I will just
Breathe
And live.

Submitted: Monday, March 27, 2006

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  • Ben Gieske (2/23/2008 8:49:00 AM)

    Another poem easy to read and enjoy. Again your use of repetition is welled phrased and placed. (Report) Reply

  • Ruby Root (7/5/2006 7:58:00 AM)

    Connie, I find you are an excellent writer. This is again unique and original. I have never looked at life like that but it is true. It will be hard to miss the this things in life. We need to enjoy today. Great use of imagery. You write with compassion and your realistic. Take care. (Report) Reply

  • Séamus Fox (7/3/2006 11:59:00 PM)

    Thanks For your comments on my work Connie. I have been reading your work its very good. I loved this poem 'but life' it sums the whole thing up beautifully.

    Seamus (Report) Reply

  • Tom Zart (4/2/2006 2:28:00 PM)

    Great poem you should post it on more sites just go to google and look under
    Tom Zart and you will find many sites that would love to have this poem. (Report) Reply

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