S.E Carolan


Memory - Poem by S.E Carolan

Lonely stands a grey stone
only marks a plot
Birds have found a place to rest
moss now fills a pot.

Sunshine peaks through branches
Outside the world goes by
Sometimes he is thought of
as people wander by.

Morning turns to evening
Night-time gives to day
Day becomes the years and years
that wither us away.

Lonely stands the grave-stones
only mark the spot
single flowers start to bloom
-out of a mossy pot.
Petals are the memories
a stem of life can bare
while moments in life that are treasured
are moments to be shared.


Comments about Memory by S.E Carolan

  • Dr.subhendu Kar (2/4/2010 4:10:00 PM)


    Morning turns to evening
    Night-time gives to day
    Day becomes the years and years
    that wither us away.................................all yet go by stream eternal, we too sway but leave this world in our own way, quite evocative write yet ingenious,10+++, thanks for sharing
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 4, 2010



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