Sara Jo Andrews

(Jan 8th 1987 / Houston, Texas)

Magic


Do you believe in magick? I do, the following poem will help you understand.
Magic is that one wish
That one hope
That everything will continue
To go on after tragic events
That has come
Magic is that glimmer of joy
In a young one’s eye
When they fall in love with someone special
The hope that they won’t be rejected but welcome
Into the arms of their special someone
Magic is that single tear that flows down one’s cheek
After they lose some one dear to them
It is the knowing that the person is in a better place now
Magic is our dreams
Dreams of a better future
Of love and of happiness
Magic is that welcoming feeling
When you return somewhere
Like magic for me is the welcoming
Feeling when I am beside my father
That is where I belong, that is where the heart is
Magic is everything around us
All you have to do is believe and
It will be and is there always
-Sara Jo Andrews

Submitted: Tuesday, June 24, 2008

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