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Imagine (By Black Enigma)

Poetry By: Black Enigma
Poetry



The little moments of life
When angels danced in your eyes
Will weigh more…much more
Than the burdens of defeat
That left you sore
Just imagine…


Submitted:Feb 4, 2010    Reads: 74    Comments: 6    Likes: 5   


Imagine every little thing
In a life; seemingly empty
They are like millions of grains
Enough to make mountains
Imagine them glow
With smiles, young and old
And every whistle along that road
Leading to joy
A giggle
Then an outburst of laughter
Imagine fireworks
Feel the carnival of love
And imagine pointless things
So many diseased worries
Glued to tiny pebbles
Made into boulders
The problem was petty at the core
The weak mind made it grow
A broken toy
A tough riddle
A scolding mother
Imagine such troubles
Laugh at the carnival of rust
The little moments of life
When angels danced in your eyes
Will weigh more…much more
Than the burdens of defeat
That left you sore
Just imagine…




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