Author: Bobbie Jean
I am an oasis in a desert,
so near, but yet so unreachable.
I am the kiss of morning,
so vibrant, but yet so silent.
I am one face in a crowd of many,
but yet I stand alone.
I am an instrument of many feelings,
but yet without emotion.
I am the receiver of many sounds,
but yet hear very little.
I am the perceiver of many visions,
but yet understand nothing.
I am, but yet I am.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, August 1 2007, 04:00 am|
I am. This was so powerful, I can't even describe how good it was. Magnificent Bobbie Jean!
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