Open Your Eyes - Poem by Abby Sze
How wide is your vision.
How big is this world to you.
A land full of mystery or
A dust in universe.
You think you own the trouble of the world,
Yet an ant got it's one too.
Standing on the top of mountain,
What do you see?
The cloud the wind and the sea,
Or the tree and the soil beneath your feet.
But did you imagine hundreds years back,
The forest used to be land grown with emptiness,
And hundreds years later human will exploit it to empty.
What's your plan about it?
You sleep when darkness fell on earth,
What do you dream?
Do you know some people think sleeping is kind of short death?
when you die the ghost wonder in the dream,
you can fly but then fall,
Someone stabbed you with knife but not hurt,
Shoelaces split whatever shoes you put on.
With these examples I mean,
Have you ever tried to explain the scene,
How these dreams and your life linked.
Or you are planning What kind of food to eat.
What do you think about tomorrow,
1440 minutes filling with normal,
Or 86400 seconds of anything can show.
What you see as living in today?
Keep your vision wild.
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