Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)

Remembering Your Spirit

Poem by Rachel Fogle

Sailing on the open sea, walking through the forest.

Taking time to notice everything that has only just begun.

Listen to the birdies sing, there call so sweet and calm.

Or the gentleman who has a friend, who just happens to pass on.

Then there's a mother who has lost a child, and in her grief she becomes whole.

Like a beautiful rainbow after a storm, thats searches to find its goal.

Where do we look to find one's spirit?

Oh, you may really be surprised, because just the few I have mentioned do not compare to what's inside.

So take a moment, take a chance and Remember You're Spirit you never know when you'll lose your chance.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 13, 2004