Alice Viola

(North Providence, Rhode Island)

Just Me - Poem by Alice Viola

my eyes sparkle
not like the sun
my cheeks and lips
pale in color almost white
not like clusters of pink roses
and when I speak
no music will you hear
I walk in tune with love
not majestic like a queen
but I am real
just me....
Equal all people
each day consume
the same amount of time
twenty-four hours
tunie in music
beauty
fragrance
love is in the heartbeat
live precious minutes
now
equal


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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