Venny Hayde


One And Only - Poem by Venny Hayde

The birds flutter in the arms of the sky,
The mountains rise into the air-
The waters gush into the sea,
We go about our work as busy bees.

We live Life to the fullest,
We care for each other,
You can hear our cries of happiness,
In a land where strangers greet one another.

They come from the mountains,
I come from the woods,
She comes from far off,
Yet we unite under one roof.

Yes, we have longing dreams,
And yes, we have nightmares-
But we even have each other,
Caring and loving but full of bother,
But we come together,
As one single force,
And we shatter the rest,
Who try to hurt one of Us.

The birds sing,
The wolves cry,
Some animals sleep
In a loud silence,
A mother weeps occasionally,
But someone always comforts her,
A fox dies with its last breath,
But a cub replaces the other.

They come from the mountains,
I come from the woods,
She comes from far off,
Yet we unite under one roof.

Call us too cheerful,
Call us too happy,
But don't underestimate us,
And don't go against us.
Don't for get us,
But please forgive us
For not being what you want us to be,
But being instead just One and Only.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 14, 2010



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