Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Poem - Live Fully




Maine 2012 © Rita Bourland

Live Fully

A flower blooms just once then dies;
 Breathe its glorious scent,
 Admire its vibrant colors,
 Touch its velvet petals,

A child is not a child for long;
 See her gentle spirit,
 Listen intently to her words,
Speak to her with kindness,

 The earth gives all she has;
Tread softly on her soil,
Cherish her abundant gifts,
Listen to her heartbeat,

The moon and the stars tell a story;
Look up with wonder and awe,
Breathe the crisp night air,
Hear the lingering silence,

Behold an elderly man;
Touch his gnarled hands,
See his still bright eyes,
Hear his wise life words,

Our lives begin and end;
Touch gently,
Speak quietly,
Listen carefully,
Smell deeply,
See clearly,

Live fully all your days.

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for your wonderful poem.

    "Live fully all your days." I really love the last words. It feels like someone tells me right to my heart. I cannot express exactly my feeling whenever I read your poem here or at the Sunny 95 display case because of my short English, but your poems make my day really lighter and happier.
    Thank you again,

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  2. Thank you so much for your kind comment. I'm so happy my words bring you happiness. It seems we all are longing for a few more positive messages in this busy world. I hope you have a wonderful day and weekend. Thanks again for sharing your thoughts. It's lovely to receive feedback!

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