Poems of Life
Throughout the day, sometimes we forget just how much time we have to enjoy everything and everybody, every moment, and every lesson.
Spring Whispers Too
Like any other season, spring whispers too
A gentle sigh among the trees
Scatters leaves and dew
Her cruel showers cut right through
Winter’s dreary eves
Her tender warmth envelopes you
You miss her when she leaves
A season not as easily pleased
She changes her mind on you
A simple breeze among the trees
Spring can whisper too
Don't pay attention to time
Pay attention to a thing called life.
A series of unfortunate events
A stop watch that can't be stopped.
It can be gone in an hour, a minute,
a second if that.
Cherish every grain of sand in
that hour glass.
A thirty minute jog, a fifteen minute
swim, a five minute talk with mom.
Write your life story as fast as you can,
before you run out of ink.