To Lose Your Sight - Poem by Alyssa George
To lose your sight would truly be,
The most intense of tragedy.
Just think of all you would not see,
If you lost your sight like me.
All the birds flying, you'd view not,
Miss out on how the children fought.
How the trees staggered in the wind,
And how the passing drivers sinned.
The sun shines so bright but you don't know,
Don't see how your surroundings glow.
How water glistens at the beach,
Like sparkling diamonds out of reach.
But when you're older you'll figure out,
The worst is still to come no doubt.
Cause when you die you won't have seen to remember,
The smile of a friend or family member.
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