Different Eyes - Poem by william Konrad
A different place with different eyes
With greener grass and bluer skies.
The eyes that looked on yesterday
Saw so much less in every way
But now the world is clear and bright
It took too long to view this sight
Now that I see through different eyes
Each day brings a new surprise.
Why must it take so long to see,
The beauty in a simple tree.
The many wonders that surround,
The gifts of nature that abound.
The sight of children hard at play,
Their carefree laughter fills the day
And Each day brings a new surprise,
I see the world through different eyes.
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