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Forget it -Let it be -A Poem

Updated on February 6, 2017

Forget it -Let it be : A Poem


You make me, wake up

Every morn, with a smile;

You think it a mere smirk.

Forget it, its natural;

Every face tends to smile every morn.


You make me, shimmer up

Every dawn, with a glimpse;

You think it mere tears;

Left un-drench overnight!

Forget it, its natural;

The dawn comes every day;

With the glimmer of globules,

Over the grass, over the leaves.


You make me, start over

Every day, with a hope to live;

You think it, mere stagnant a life.

Forget it, its natural;

People watch Meteors entire night;

Glistened up their minds, and hopes;

Heavy-eyed but pensive;

The Beautiful moments; days that comes.

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      Ibomcha S Kh 2 years ago from India

      Hi Vocalcoach, thanks for your precious comment...hope i could create more beautiful words again...keep watching...its worth a lot your gesture....thanks again....

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      Audrey Hunt 2 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      I have come back to re-read your poem once again. "People watch Meteors entire night;

      Glistened up their minds, and hopes" - this is such a beautiful, creative description!

      Eager to read more of your poetry.

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      Ibomcha S Kh 2 years ago from India

      Thanks Jodah, Audrey.....for your precious comments and for reading my hubs..looking forward for your cooperation...

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      Audrey Hunt 2 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      Thank you for following me and for the nice message. I enjoyed your poem. The photos are lovely. Keep up the good work - I look forward to reading your hubs.

      Audrey

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      John Hansen 2 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Good poem, well done

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