Janet Mary Zylstra
Carpe Diem - Poem by Janet Mary Zylstra
There is so little time to spare
In a world that whizzes round
At the speed of light, the giddy light
Blinding the eyes and mind.
Snatch each moment of the day;
Steal each breath from the night
Before death comes on silent feet
And sweeps you out of sight.
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