Mamie Free

Rookie (May 10,1978 / Greenville, Sinoe Country, Liberia.)

From A Distance - Poem by Mamie Free

Pleasant smell of roses, amusing sounds of birds songs.
Making your body tickle and bursting you out with laughter.
With wonder, as to how they’ve learn the melody?

From a Distance
You see the formation of ants, and all seem to be in order.
Who taught them you ask? Ocean stayed within their bars,
Earth gives its vegetation and gravity hold objects in place.

From A Distance,
I see all blue and green. With every one following their own routine,
From fish of the sea to beast of the forest to flying creature of the
Field to man of the land, and to the ants of the ground.
What a wonderful insight given to all by the must supreme one

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Comments about From A Distance by Mamie Free

  • John G. Nelson (10/10/2008 7:07:00 AM)

    I love this poem and for anyone who knows our creator
    Will appreciate the magnificent formation of his creation.
    Thank for sharing.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 5, 2008

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