Heather Burns


Thoughts Poem by Heather Burns


As we travel on this journey
learn to enjoy lifes moments

sorting through cob webs of
life
we realise all is one, one is
all

If you fill your glass full
never take a drink it will
overflow

Speak few words
they will be long lasting

forgive and you will be
forgiven

judge not and you will not
be judged

The outer self will diminish
with time
the inner self will outlast
time
Which is the most important

We are walking down a pathway
On a journey
fate the destination

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: fate


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