Rachel Ann Clark

Rookie (19-09-1990 / Brisbane, Australia)

Poem: 'Silver Lined Clouds'


- 30. Apr.2006 -


A wise person once told me,
“Life is like gray clouds with silver lining”
No matter how dark things seem to be
Somewhere not too far away,
Happiness and hope are shinning.
No matter how weak we think we are
Somewhere not too far away
There is light breaking through the dark
No matter what bad things plague our minds
Somewhere not too far way
Lye happiness and blissful times
No matter what thoughts seem to plague
Somewhere not too far away
Is the light to bring a smile back to our face
No matter how bad it seems like this is
We’re blessed with this life –
‘God’s greatest gift.’


** The wise person refered to in this poem is my bestfriend, Chris.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Edited: Friday, February 08, 2008

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  • Rookie Momo Flint (3/10/2008 10:15:00 PM)

    wow, this is really sweet
    and the message of hope it conveys should be heard by everyone.
    thank you! (Report) Reply

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