Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 13,337 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Looking At Fishes - Poem by Dexsta Ray

The flow of life...
Often mold us into stones
Unfeeling
Uncaring
Idolizing time...
If we switched for a minute
And used our minds to focus
We could see the picture
Those most important things...
Of course...
Life discovers a challenge
A bunch of rubble left
Crush us
Just to make an example
Until it's nothing
There...
Contemplating on the teachings of our Master
He ain't leaving us to shatter
Through clamour
See, He conquered death
Looking at the fishes swim by
Full of grace and beauty
But that description can't contain the One who made them
You see pigeons all around
And the clouds then down
The grasses
All the fruits and vegetables
From the prunes to cabbage
The little things prove the Artist and we see it daily
So distracted by the devil we can't heed amazing
Trade the grief for the peace
Take the hate and evil
See affection
If we hope to see the heavens
Got to read the message
Looking at the finer things
That couldn't be appraised
Wonder how can I explain

Topic(s) of this poem: life, truth


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