Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)

Broken & Torn - Poem by Rachel Fogle

Scattered about, broken away lost in this world no time for play.
Living, liking left behind, sometimes emptyness is not hard to find.
Weary, waking day to day, losing track god still has his say.
Timeout, look back, reflect and give thanks.
Sometimes good moments go by to fast.
Giving, taking loving us all,
Mothers definitely didn't miss their call.
Laughing, crying we're still here,
Children give thanks for their happy years.
Old friends, new friends long ago,
One way or another they all go.
Years & years we stroll on by,
Glimly giving nature its past time.
Up & over it starts again.
Humanity rewinds and life begins again.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 13, 2004



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