Here Today… Gone Tomorrow - Poem by Ash Parker
Remember me fondly, while I am…
Like the umbrella that shelters you on a long rainy day.
Though the wind pulls me away, I may sway,
but return with might to keep you from disarray.
I am the sudden glow of the suns golden rays
on a cold winter morn…
Light, soothing and full of warmth,
With you basking in my touch.
I am the feathered breeze,
When you filled with anger, hurt…
Thinking the world surrounds and you unheard.
Bringing you coolness, whilst calming you heart.
But alas, I am but naught, bereft and out of thought.
Though by your side and always on your side.
My smiles and whispered sighs fall short.
Taken for granted before your eyes,
Fates amusing…..oh why!
If my mind you could read,
A lot happier you would breathe.
But you take no heed!
…So hold me now, while I am…here today.
Reach out not when I am….gone tomorrow.
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