The Rarest Gift Poem by Jayl Morris

The Rarest Gift



The rarest of things
I wish were everywhere.
In my home
Among my family
In the streets, the alleys
Elevators.
Or at the airport
On and off the plane.
To find it in the hills
The valleys too.
In my neighbors hearts
And across the world
So wide and far.
To see it in a
Special way
Among divers species.
Among life.
Animals, children.
Yet in our
Universe
So vast to last
It is the most
Precious and rarest
Of things
To own or give away.
Pure love
With compassion,
Humbly given.
The best gift ever.
I share now with you.

Thursday, November 17, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: compassion,love,valentine
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Often it seems all that I have to give is my love. I consider those who ask only for love; Gracious and sacred peoples.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Gajanan Mishra 17 November 2016

precious and rarest, I live life

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Sister Frances 17 November 2016

Love is indeed a very rare gift, perhaps why we tend to hold off giving it so freely. Thanks for sharing

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