Fred Chamberlain

Rookie (Jan 21 1993 / Windsor On)

Seeing everything through different peoples eyes is a gift


Seeing everything through different peoples eyes is a gift
if everyone thought or tried to think this way
the world would be a better place to be
we would be able to see what is left
we could see a place where we all should be including you and me

what is true and what is false
are we free or living in a cage
what is true and what is false
i believe we are all in a cage just waiting to be saved

is life too short or long enough
do we learn to live or live to learn
all we do is keep our stuff
right now in this day in age we live to learn

But we should all learn to live life to the fullest because you don't know when your last moment is here.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010
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Comments about this poem (Seeing everything through different peoples eyes is a gift by Fred Chamberlain )

  • Rookie Sherri Coulter (4/21/2010 5:57:00 PM)

    this gift is mine for all time.
    it brings gain, but also pain.
    but it is the only way to live.
    thank you Fred, we all need this reminder.10. (Report) Reply

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