Jovanni Castro


Those days are gone Poem by Jovanni Castro


I wake up every morning to a delightful morning
I say goodbye in a happy cheerful voice,
Those mornings they are gone
I go to school happy and full of energy,
Those happy school days are gone
Everyone is nice to me and i don't get picked on for being different,
Those people are gone
I go home happy with a smile on my face and not a bad care in my mind,
Those times where I would walk home like this they are gone,
The times where I loved myself and my family and my clothes and everything about myself
Those times are gone,
We don't know when our happy days
Are happy times,
Are friends and school mates
Our family,
The way we think about ourselves
Are going to be gone,
so live every minute
Every second,
Every single bit of our lives
To connect and stay alive to who we are and never forget it all,
Don't let your days be gone without you knowing.

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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  • Gold Star - 13,881 Points * Sunprincess * (7/21/2014 7:50:00 PM)

    .........a wonderful message in this write....life changes so fast and can so easily go from good to bad....or bad to good before you realize it.... (Report) Reply

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