Life Meaning


My mother’s sight, encounters my father’s deep gazing eyes...
Was that how they made me, on the day they conceived me...
Cried on my day of birth when I took my first breath...
And when my mother took her bosom away I hungered for more...
I knew when I grew when I crawled then stood on my own two feet... 
Ran before I walked in search of my curiosity...
Time flies for it seem elementary where the big folks have educated me...
Then you’re off to bigger dreams where they may have ample meaning...
For life is an obscured road’s full of hindrance for we must tread softly...
Life lessons have taught me dearly, giving me wisdom beyond my means...
And the more I inhale the more I live to see and savor my destiny...

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