By the sea
It's an old poem, but one that I feel still contains much truth. Both men and women so get wrapped up in their daily lives, friends, comfort zones, that they often lose themselves, lose some of the most important parts of themselves and life. The point I tried to make in this poem is to never allow any of us to do so. I know that's hard, but please understand that we all need to sometimes just touch base, no matter how hard it is. Sometimes we just need to turn the tv off and listen so that we can hear the earth breathe, because it has a way of teaching us how to do so as well.
Don't freak, I'm not a tree hugger, okay? LOL
What I am is someone who does have feelings, as do you all, and it's taken me FAR too many years to caress them, just sort them out.
You'll do well, I promise you. Hey, you're poets, so that means you've aleady climbed the ladder, but I'm only on the first step.
God bless, you dear family,
The stars will shine when I am gone,
the earth will turn on as before,
the gulls, still race along the shore,
the morning star, still kiss the dawn