V. Vagari

Rookie (1980)

A Stroll In The Park - Poem by V. Vagari

Strolling along and singing life’s song, what else
do I need in this life; all I need is to breathe and to
care and to grieve, and consider what’s wrong and
what’s right.

Every sycamore tree, all of life’s little seeds, oh’
how I watch them to see what they show; they
show beauty and grace and perfection in place,
what they show me is that growing is slow.

See I’m moving to fast—I need time to relax and
calm down for a moment or two; and though I
know I can’t stop, I’ll make the effort to walk, and
I’ll take my time getting to you.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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