It doesn't interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for. I love this more than words. I think of these words often, especially in times that I feel as though I haven't done much through the years, and I'm sweetly reminded that I HAVE done so much! So fleeting is this thing called life, we journey toward its end, experiencing pieces of a puzzle we don't truly comprehend. The hues of our emotion paint a picture of our past,. Let me live within the moment. Let me feel all that I can. Let me cherish life for all it's worth, With everything I am.
Hi Pat! I love this poem and others that you have submitted. You seem to write about life, and I do the same. I like to write from the heart and so do you. They make you stop and think how Tell me not, in mournful numbers, Life is but an empty dream! My deceased husband introduced me to this poem 55 years ago, and I've always considered it a great gift. Sure, this world is full of trouble I ain't said it ain't.
Lord, I've had enough and double Reason for complaint;. To learn while still a child What this life is meant to be. And did you get what you wanted from this life, even so? I did. And what did you want? To call myself beloved, to feel myself beloved on the earth. The Pin. Want more poems about life?
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Listen Shop Insiders. Thank you for signing up! It's much more difficult to love life when one faces a tragedy or is going through a really tough time in life. However, no matter how bad life may get at times, there's always home. We always have the opportunity to create or change our situation for the better. All we have to do is be motivated and inspired to do it.
Personally, I receive much of my inspiration from famous quotes and while reading non-fiction literature that interests me. When writing the next poem, I tried to write it in a way so that others would be able to relate to it. Everyone's story is unique, and therefore, each individual will have a different "My Life Poem". I just hope, this poem inspires you to write your personal "My Life Poem", that will represent that person that you are, and some of your characteristics.
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My precious life, I live each day, I work so hard, and try to play. A simple, meaningful, conversation, Leads to joy, and true sensation. Occasionally confronted, with a struggle, Countless emotions, simultaneously juggle.
knowledgebrief.vvinners.com/bazi-eventos-en.php Sometimes I win, sometimes I fail, No matter what, there's always a tale. From my life, I'll never hide, Loving the journey, with every stride.
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Wherever I go, one thing I'll take, Smile of joy, each day that I wake. This next one is meant to inspire. What I'm trying to say through this poem is that we don't need to consume excessively to be happy. We just need to open up our eyes and realize that the "real" things in life that will make us happy are right in front of us. Family, friends, food, and health, Greatest treasures, truest wealth. We all enjoy being happy and free, Living life our way, is the key. Incredible beauty, nature surrounds, Things to see, and wonderful sounds.
Every life, has so much potential, Feed it with love, that is essential. Sometimes there are things, we don't approve, We're in control, we may change and improve. Life is here, for us to explore, Feed it with energy, and you shall get more. For me it includes: spending time with family and friends, reading interesting books, being active and playing basketball and soccer in my neighbourhood, going to the park with my wife and spending some quality time.
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Have you noticed that none of the listed activities above require buckets full of money. This proves that we don't need to work 80 hours each week, to have enough money to be happy. I find that keeping up with the Joneses is completely ridiculous. It's a race that only makes people unhappy. Our leaders, want us to work more, so that we make more money, and grow the economy. Why don't they talk about growing as individuals and as communities?
What kind of life are we living if we are overworked and overstressed? Here's a few verses that talk about happiness.
They are meant to help put things into perspective, and make us realize that attaining happiness in life is often quite simple. Here's a poem that talks about life and death. More specifically, it looks at the time from when we are born and ends by looking at death.
So you could say it's like a timeline of life. Life begins with something so small, Innocent baby, could barely crawl. Beautiful toddler, grows into a child, Those teenage years, are often quite wild. During adulthood, we all try to find, Unique experiences, rewire each mind.
For several decades, we become so busy, This is life, sometimes it's dizzy. Years go by, we continue to age, We approach, our final page. The meaning of life we understand. Death converts, our body to sand. I wasn't overly excited about writing the following sad poem. However, I knew I had to do it because life is sometimes sad, and this poem is meant to remind us of these times, so that we will appreciate the good times even more.
Life may bring sorrow and grief, Sometimes it's just unfairly brief. Daily struggles, and even pain, Body, mind, constant drain. Dealing with an angry boss, What about untimely loss. Nobody deserves, to live in fear, It has been a sad filled year! Simple words, often hurt, All this sadness, could we invert? This has been the steepest slope, Nothing left, only hope. Just like the last line states, I truly believe that maintaining hope during times of hardship is absolutely critical.
It is the one thing that will always help us conquer and defeat our sorrows and hardships. Are you thinking, why did I write a poem about struggles in life? Aren't there enough already, that we don't need to be reminded? Well, this poem looks at not just the struggles themselves, but how these obstacles could help us as human beings. Struggles in life may include many, Losing everything, not having a penny.
Sometimes our hearts, feel empty and alone, Anxiety takes over, depression prone. We learn to deal with our emotional scars, Forgive others, and reach for the stars. What about anger and frustration?