My Life - Poem by lady grace
Once I was a child, I saw my self running after the butterflies, after the wind, after the rain. I bathed with my dolls and drunk honeys with the bees; I dressed like queens, and crowned like princesses. At night when I go to bed, I think of the stars to fall. I wish to catch them one by one and in my pillows I keep them all. Lulled by her sweet songs, night is filled with dreams, can’t wait the falling stars, can’t play the driving rain..
As I grow, all things look beautiful, streams inspire me, brooks never grow old, I saw flowers in the dessert, and appreciate the cruel waves in the shore. I hear the ticking of the clock and the buzzing of the bees.
Wisdom made me grow; experience opened my eyes. Years passed, the world keeps moving, wheels keep turning while the birds continue humming, Every hour, a child is born, every minute one soul is gone but still life is meaningful, it is always beautiful as we see the rays of the sun and a wink of the moon. Tomorrow, at the exact date of yesterday, love grows and finds comfort in your heart; laughter fills the room, smiles are in our face, memories of the past unlock the beauty of heaven’s door. As I open my eyes and write these words, the moment I took my last glance, it's my smile i saw in your face..
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