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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A Poem that tells of the potential happiness that we often forget exist due to the many hardships in life.

Submitted: September 21, 2012

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Submitted: September 21, 2012




Birds & the bee’s, Leaves in the trees

The wandering minds of young

The old reminisce of when ignorance was bliss

Now hearts lock songs unsung

How goes the tune locked so soon

That our hearts have brung

It sings of joy for girls and boys

And how the freedom bell has rung

It comes it goes, we cry we woe

At the pain that life may bring

But through it all, no matter the fall

We get up and hearts will sing

“Euphoria, music to my ears

Euphoria, wipe away the tears

Euphoria, no drugs no tricks

Euphoria, nothing broken to fix”

When it’s here all goes our way

We love the feel and wish it to stay

It ends our woes and we forget our foes

But just as it comes, Euphoria must go

Until we meet again, our enigma, our friend

We’ll search for you until the very end

-Robert Freeman 7/12/12

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