Angela Wybrow

Bronze Star - 2,101 Points (Salisbury, Wilts, UK)

Nourishing My Mind - Poem by Angela Wybrow

I've learnt what's required, and now I'm bored:
My mind feels the need to learn something more.
To learn new things, my heart is now yearning;
I need to keep my mind's cogwheels turning.

The information I've learnt, I need to revise;
To move on and forget it, wouldn't be wise.
For learning, I've suddenly discovered a taste;
What I've learnt so far, will not go to waste.

In learning, as a child, I possessed less interest,
But now, I'm a lot older, I am trying my best.
As an adult, I'm finding I really love to learn:
The flame, within my soul, has started to burn.

What I've learnt so far, just doesn't seem enough;
I feel ready to learn a whole lot more new stuff.
Nourishment for my mind, is what I'm needing,
So, now each and every day, more I am reading.

I need more information to help me fill the hole;
I need more information, to help achieve my goal.
With studying, I have become somewhat obsessed,
But I need to be prepared, so as I can pass the test.

I hope that all this new knowledge that I require,
Will give me the confidence to rise a little higher.
To broaden my mind, I suddenly feel really keen;
Maybe, one day, I will achieve all of my dreams.


Comments about Nourishing My Mind by Angela Wybrow

  • Linda May Fox (8/30/2012 1:21:00 PM)


    Can relate to this. I like it. Well written as usual! (Report) Reply

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  • Mark Dillon (8/29/2012 5:31:00 PM)


    it never ends Angela, it's just one big learning curve, enjoy it, nice poem well rhymed. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012



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