kayleigh 2007

Rookie (england)

magic


Magic is every where you cannot hear or see it
but you feel it
in the rustles of the trees
in the rush of the wind
in the beauty of the stars
magic is strongest in our hearts
in two sole that are bound by the love they share
in the friendship we held so dear
in the knowing our true friends will always be there
in the breath that gets us from one moment to the next
magic is also our dreams our imagination in knowing
everything we want is in our grasp
magic is hope and love combined
magic is passed through each generation
magic is the gift of unconditional love
we are pure and utter magic so when life gets hard
and your wishing to the stars just remember
you have everything you need inside yourself
and in the people we love in your dreams in your hopes

Submitted: Thursday, November 13, 2008

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  • Rookie Ahmad Shiddiqi (11/13/2008 7:28:00 PM)

    very nice! keep writing! could you read and comment on my poems too, specially the new ones? Thank you. (Report) Reply

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