A four stanza poem that should have been more?
Step back from the abyss,
take a look,
behold a monarch in flight.
Watch two dogs at play,
an infant's face as it sleeps,
into your lover's
Enter a room where
one is dying,
notice the power
of hands tightly
Breathe in the
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
From this poem, Ma, I can tell that you are a woman of worldly experience and truly appreciate and love every day.
- SocratesLv 61 decade ago
The last stanza seems to finalize the poem,
although more could be added before it.
Really, there's a whole world to contemplate
with this theme, but you don't want to drag
it on too long, or some may lose interest.
Rather, let it stimulate the imagination, as it does.
- 1 decade ago
Sustenance for the soul
- Joe KLv 51 decade ago
Are you asking me to use my senses and get reeeeeally educated!
The world is full of what needs an observant eye, highly receptive ear, sensitive palm skin, and most importantly pure heart and open mind that soars high above the wanton flesh demands and greed.
You spoke the truth in a straight forward manner. Thanks!
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- RegwahLv 71 decade ago
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Beautiful!! I am breathing in the true beauty of life,even though once in a great while,I choke!! When the beauty stabs Me in the back!!
- it's meLv 61 decade ago
Stepping back and breathing, watching what is around us. A good feeling. We forget sometimes. Good reminder and nice poem.
- shirleyfLv 61 decade ago
Beautiful poem. Love the flow. Thank you for sharing!
- DaisyLv 71 decade ago
There's never enough stanza are there. Poignant pen
- 1 decade ago
I like your poem very much. I think it ended exactly when it should have. No changes are necessary.