Treasure From A Book

Last of the poems inspired by watching that wonderful tale, Paddington 2.  Maybe, in some ways,  I am still a child at heart.  But, I think everyone should watch this movie!

Split Screen Installation - Downpour of Words Just Waiting To Form

Treasure From A Book
by Michael Romani

Every train comes to its end
Except when we call out to friends
Those with true hearts and smiles
Are the ones who make it all worthwhile

Even those who don't do nothing
For no one with nothing to bring
It's in that long walk with open mind
That legs follow so we often find

Willing to risk even last breath
Even to the very gates of death
To free us from our trouble
And willing to do it on the double

There's a lesson here to learn 
It's something important to discern
That the greatest sense of legacy
Is the love of friends and family

The poet writes with tears in his eyes..

(c) January 19, 2019   Michael Romani
All Rights Reserved

Amatsu Shima -  A Room Without Books...

 

 

 

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Writer, poet, musician, surfer, father of two princesses.
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