Lau Jane

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The Meadow Of Life - Poem by Lau Jane

Out In the meadow I sit and stare
At the sky so bright at the clouds so light
They look so dreamy, they look so fun
Jumping around on the lazy sun

Where would they lead you
What could you see
From way up high, I wish I could fly
Bunjy jump out a plane, bounce on the clouds
Who could want more
Then have a place in your mind
Where you could feel safe, have no troubles
Have no stress, no regrets
No thinking needed, just present state of mind

When you find that place let me know and we can
Share it together and live out our lives
I wish that was now but I can wait till when.
In the morning sun we sit and stare waiting for the never land.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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