A Thought Just Came To My Mind


A Thought Just Came To My Mind
I lost the track of time
It all came to one single line
Is my life worth a dime

Days have passed
years have gone
My mind now says
It’s time to move on

Why is there so much worry
I always seemed to be in a hurry
it’s time now to do some real stuff
I just can’t make more lies and bluff

Wise men once said
Time once gone never comes back
I say now
Pull up your socks & put on the sack.

Travel to the mountains
Swim to the sea.
Open your Wings
and go on along flee

Life is a race run or die
When was the last time you tasted a sweet pie
All your life you worry about the money
Once you are dead you don’t carry a penny

Do what you always want to
Even if people say you are Crazy
There is no point in coming
Home from work and filling dizzy

Do what you Love
You will love what you do
Work will become joy
and it will be a joy to work.

  A Thought Just Came to my MIND.

– with valuable suggestions  from Robert Gibson .


28 responses »

  1. Dear Shiny – Thank you very much for the comments on my blog. I appreciate them very much. I read this poem and it does read as a skip through your thoughts so your title is apt. The rhymes and rhythms are good. It was enjoyable and fun.

    I would encourage you to continue reading other poets and considering other ways to approach your work if you are only beginning to write poetry, and if you’re not I think it’s just inspirational to read other poets and learn how they do what they do.

    Some of my favorite poets are Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Pablo Neruda, Seamus Heaney, and Derek Walcott.

    Some of my favorite poets online who link with dVerse are hedgewitch, Brendan, Beth Winter, Claudia Shoenfeld, Steven Marty Grant, Reilley, Skylover, Fireblossom and Luke Wordsalad
    I think reading them will make you as happy as it makes me. I’m so glad you’re writing and thank
    you for coming by.

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