Florida Angel

Rookie (Spring / Rio 40 Graus..Cidade Maravilha...Delray Beach)

My Wishing Deal: That’s My Dream! - Poem by Florida Angel

Watching the bright moon,
With My heart half fool,
Asking for more light,
From the skies to my heart.

Avoiding comparisons or negative feelings,
I would not be a brat, nor envious of others.
My full wish was to be very careful with my desires and words,
And only wish of accomplishing what I truly wanted as awards.

Not wasting wishes, wanting only what I believed I could reach.
Never saying I wish I could, but instead I will what I approach.
Dreams from the early ages kept me busy many years.
I had so much work accomplished since my childhood dears.

As time clocked I decided to help others around,
So their wishes would become my goal to unfold.
Combined even easier to get. The easier it got,
shocking to realize Less full got my heart.

I look upon the Moon again,
And ask to inspire me with dreams,
I am now over three decades,
Please give me more, more to dream for.

Please inspire me Moon, set me goals of smiles,
charity, compassion, love, health, experiences,
education, expressions... dreams please,
please give me more dreams…


Comments about My Wishing Deal: That’s My Dream! by Florida Angel

  • (9/29/2007 5:03:00 PM)

    without dreams and stars to make wishes upon we would be lost....we need these to maintain hope....a support system, a backup that's always there, in the background holding us up until our dreams or at least some of them can or will come true.

    excellent Karina....shows a deep heart and caring soul.....we are taught young that those two things alone, mean we've led a good life.....love, marci.xo~~
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  • (9/29/2007 4:51:00 PM)

    Karina dream never end only when we do, or are cared forward by are words. take care Roy. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 29, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011


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