Margaret Pow


The Gift - Poem by Margaret Pow

I remember manythings
As my life passes by
Happiness, trouble and pain
Love, tears, going insane
I try to imagine
A different life
Always happy
Never in strife
Then I remember
And realise
My sorrow and happiness
Shines through precious eyes
I live life to the full
As it should be lived
No matter what happens
That is the gift
Trouble, tears, pain
Fade away
Happiness
Is there everyday.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 4, 2003



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