Jody Moody

Mysteries Of Life - Poem by Jody Moody

There are so many things,
that we will never know,
like what tomorrow brings,
and what today has in store.
Bad things happen,
to so many people we know,
questions go unanswered,
mysteries left untold.
Miracles and tragedies,
all in the same day,
for joy and sorrow,
to carry along the way.
We lose and we gain,
we laugh and we cry,
through love and pain,
happiness and strife.
The things people do,
has no real truth,
from adults to children,
and babies to youth.
Death and life,
tend to blend together,
for many to experience,
and live through forever.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 21, 2006

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