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For those who search for the perfect place or the best experience, and then tear it down for reasons unknown and find fault. You are looking for happiness in the wrong places, as beauty and joy are all around you in its most simplest form. Open your eyes and see...
Photo by Yinka Oyelese
There is a time, a place, event,
that makes you just go WOW.
You search for just the perfect spot
to reach, but donít know how.
The journey there, starts long ago
with dreams you had at nine.
Each step in life, all toward that goal
aligns with fate and time.
For when you arrive, at that place
you stop and admire the scheme.
The trouble starts as you review,
itís not your perfect dream.
Instead of taking all its worth
you choose to find whatís wrong.
Oh what a shame, your life is blind,
neglecting natureís songs.
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|Reviewed by A PAX
|beautiful melody here
and so true, we are a society of self, neglecting the natural wonders and perfections of this planet
but I think man has been like that for centuries
but then again, now the question of the planets survival is at stake
|Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
|This reminds me of "the grass is always greener on the other side." Hold tight to our dreams and enjoy what is there instead of wishing life away. Well said.
Gos bless you. Kathy
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|That photo made me open my eyes and say WOW...beautiful.
As is this write, filled with sage wisdom: well done, Michael.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Wow....what more can I say¨!!
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|this is quite a reflection of how we take so much for granted and hurry through so many precious moments-i am so very guilty of it myself, thanks for the reminder|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Chareles you nailed this subject. Yes, we are almost all guilty of walking the pity tour through life instead of stolling throught the art gallery of the beauty around us.
Michael Charles Messineo