Anna Cellmer

Rookie (06-04-1974 / Olsztyn, Poland)

A Little Message - Poem by Anna Cellmer

There is like that in our life
That sometimes we have to fight
With the nonsense of everything
We do on this ground
We all have to build
Some routine activity to live by
But the most important thing
Is not to lose your self within
All these things
To not lose your mind
And to enjoy this life all the time

The art of life is to know
How to play well in this world
Of course, but do you know
This soft difference
Between your own freedom
and this what you can call is right?

Oh this freedom what is that
There is not so fine
To not care about anything around
And feel free from this what you see but
Don’t worry life without this
Contact could be very empty, very sad
So, you just have to adjust to the rest of this world
Somehow to feel good, to feel that inside you are
If you don’t want to be alone all the time
And if you don’t have the force enough to fight sometimes
Or if you have this force but
Don’t forget this simply message

That all the art is not to lose your self
Around all these things
To not lose your mind
And your joy of life
And don’t think too much about such things as I do right now
It’s just without sense to care about

Just feel the life and have some fun
From the little things you do or this big one


Comments about A Little Message by Anna Cellmer

  • (8/31/2006 1:16:00 AM)


    your poem definitely makes great sense of purpose and strengthit has really good flow and the message that you write about is very clear very well don and full of wisdom. thank you for sharing, , , Cecil (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, March 4, 2011


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