Tale Of Two Worlds - Easter Prayer - Poem by Panmelys
Throw out all rules: defy all style:
Though know their techiniques as being worthwhile -
Learning to walk as a child's first effort
Wearing a smile of delight: letting go of support -
Enlight'ning hearts of onlookers, who watch
At the child's surprise; on feeling hands free -
Flying as birds above; or up in a tree -
Out of reach: as little feet scamper to catch
At long last; those wobbly creatures, running fast!
Ah, how sweet to be a child, so proud
Achieving each small step on solid ground
Surrounded by love and learning: secure -
Safely held in arms unafraid and sure.
Ah, how sad, not to grow up surrounded
By happy memories of feeling protected
Instead, held in trembling arms of terror -
Awake, afraid of blasts: scenes of horror!
Let us do our best to help all suff'ring children!
Panmelys at Easter 2015
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Thinking of my grandchildren and world suffering, knowing that somewhere good will come
to save the world egg of our planet: inspired from reaing other poet's whose sensitivity feel the same vibrations, as links in the universal prayer doing one's best. Panmelys 2015
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