Mr. Nobody

Gold Star - 9,211 Points (Timeless / Right Now, Right Here)

To Rising and Living Again! Poem by Mr. Nobody


To Rise and
Live Again?

Rise up from your slumber
Oh child of wonder!
Or life may pass you-bye!

Missed the mark?
Then re-embark

Don't tarry,
no time to cry.

If once given to strife,
'Wake up! '
Time for LIVIN' New Life!
At the Banquet
it's time for new wine!


Time for all smiles
and lots of thanks

Before the Reaper
your carpet he yanks

An old refrain
'To LIVE Again'
what figuratively could that mean?

A life nearly dried out
much anger to rout
certainly not a dream?

Let go of all,
let's have a ball
It's time
To LIVE Again!

Who needs to hear
you Love them,
before you stand
6' above them?

Perhaps they'll never know
that for them
your flowers
did ever grow
but secretly in your cave.

Rise up in Love and Live!
all past do forgive
Right now is a New Spring Day!

Submitted: Saturday, April 19, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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If your are Christian, the last line could read, 'Right now it's Easter day! '

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