Suzy Kassem


Seasons Of Life - Poem by Suzy Kassem

Sometimes I fall
And feel myself slowly wilt and die,
But then I suddenly spring back on my feet
To go play in the sun outside.
I am no different than the weather,
The planets or the trees;
For there do not always have to be reasons
For the seasons turning inside of me.
The magnetism that swirls
In the sky, land, and sea
Are the exact same currents found twirling
In the electric ocean within me.
I am a moving vessel of energy.
And if my emotions do not
Flow up, down,
Within and around,
Then I am not alive.

Topic(s) of this poem: life, seasons, sun, trees, universe, weather


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2016



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