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Short Poem About Life

Updated on January 10, 2011

Short Poem About Life

We all get tired at a point in our life,

When we don't want to replenish anything again,

As we have used all our energy,

In chasing infinite dreams again and again,

And exhausted with all the hopes,

Which would have give us to strength to look forward in life,

But now i can only see shattered dreams beneath my eyes. ....

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      sameerk 6 years ago from India

      nice one , read my poem too

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      saket71 6 years ago from Delhi, India

      There is beauty in broken glasses, as it breaks the sun into multitude of cleverly woven shades. Well written, but cheer up, hold pain close to your heart with love and affection, Pain is the wife who stays with you through the winters, happiness is the fling which happens now and then. Be ecstatic in the pain, for it loves you as dearly as you love it.

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      Pranjal Sharma 6 years ago

      Wow Hillrider.... Your words were very rejuvenating and encouraging to get inspired in life again. I am sure to anyone who feels the way the short poem was posted, your words would be healing. :) :)

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      hillrider 6 years ago from Mid-west United States

      written in response :

      may you never exhaust every hope

      nor your every dream be shattered

      may you instead, find strength to cope

      to one day realize what mattered

      was not your climb on icy slopes

      was not when you were bruised or battered

      it was when without vision's scope

      it was with every vestige scattered

      or promise felt from deep within

      that life was worth another day

      that you sat down composed with pen

      this ode to wash those cares away