Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 85,138 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Find Everyday Something To Love - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

Find everyday something to love.
Even if it's looking at the stars above.

Find everyday something to love.
Something that is wished,
And you keep thinking of.

Find everyday something to love.
A keeping negativity doesn't benefit.

Find everyday something to love.
And don't just sit,
Move around a bit.
Get up,
And find the time to unwind.
Get up,
And with a positive mind.

Find everyday something to love.
Something that is wished,
You keep thinking of.

Find everyday something to love.
Even if it's looking at the stars above.
Get up and find the time to unwind.
Get up and with a positive mind.
Get up,
From that place you sit.
Get up,
And move around a bit.

Find everyday something to love.
It doesn't have to be big to benefit.
Find everyday something to love.
The smallest of things can bring you happiness.

Find everyday something to love.
It doesn't have to be big to benefit.
Find everyday something to love.
The smallest of things can bring you happiness.
Know it...
With a positive mind.
Know it...
And that 'something' you'll find.

Find everyday something to love.
A keeping negativity doesn't benefit.
Find everyday something to love.
A keeping negativity doesn't benefit.
Know it...
With a positive mind.
Know it...
And that 'something' you'll find.

A keeping negativity doesn't benefit.
Find everyday something to love.
Something to love.
Something to love you'll love.
Find everyday something to love.
Something to love you'll love.
Something to love you'll love.
Find everyday something to love.
A keeping negativity doesn't benefit.
Find everyday something to love.
Something to love.
Something to love you'll love.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013



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