Time and Earth

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
This symbolizes my struggle with life. I personally find a lot of meaning in the poem but like any poem I write, I don't expect soemone else to see in it what I see. I hope you enjoy it though, and find some meaning for your own life. Personalize it for yourself.

Submitted: April 01, 2007

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Leaves flow from the trees

Autumn greets the Sun

Winter’s around the bend of life

Life goes on, one step at a time

To and fro

Opening every door

Leaving me wondering when it’ll slow

To let me back on the train

Or am I to sit and watch…carefully

Life and time, go on by?

 

Stand with me, please

Sandy beaches overlooking green water’s deepness

Blue skies surrounding high mountain peaks

These I walk in between

The world is my park, my playground

I am its prisoner and slave

We love each other dearly

And love to hate

We stand together

But I need you to stand with me in its place

 

For life stands to stay away

 

Like the leaf leaves the tree behind

I travel off the path of mine

The one picked out to live by nature’s course

To run my own

Like an Indian summer in the dead of a January night

I will slow the train myself

And get it right

Between the glories of the World tonight


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