If I Were Famous
by Katie Gabrielle
Sunday, April 25, 2010
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What really matters fame or friendship?
If I were famous I would remember my friends.
I would not always be living in a bubble.
If i were famous I would remember those who
Stood by me when I was a nobody.
If I were famous, I would have time for the people that matter.
If I were famous, I would be strong enough to be myself.
If fame lasts only 15 minutes, what do you do for
the rest of your life?
Try to mend your broken friendships?
Or do you remain true to your self
and be damned the glitter and glam
for what really matters
People gravitate toward the light
of fame and when the light
goes out...those "friends" fly away.
Your true friends remain even when the
light dims and you are
a nobody again.
Only God is great
and we are imperfect
while life is a lesson
in love and forgiveness
Think about your talent
and most of all
hold your friendships
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|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|That is all we can truly do for when they pass from this world...only memories remain and though they are precious...you can't hug a memory.
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|A most wise poem as friends are easy to lose but hard to come by.|
|Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe
|So true, not much else matters in life.There's no light brighter than the light the love from family and friends bring to ones heart. Well written.|