Mihaela Pirjol

Come To The Beauty Of Today!

Come to the beauty of Today,
Open your heart as a bud in spring
Imagination will invite you to stay,
New visions of life in mind shall bring.
Sing them aloud in rhythm of heart
Prepare the beginning, prepare to start.

Your being enveloped in splendour,
The fever of life running your veins,
Crystal eyes sparkles with ardour
Of living in love with life again.
You are the hero of your play
Come to the beauty of Today!

Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: inspirational

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  • Gold Star - 7,957 Points Daniel Brick (12/19/2014 10:35:00 AM)

    There are two lines in this highly optimistic and affirmative poem that stand out for me. First, IMAGINATION WILL INVITE YOU TO STAY - Imagination is uniquely the faculty of artists, it creates the sensory worlds we occupy and it gives us confidence in the visions we create either in my minds alone or in our poems to share with others. All of this is connected to that invitation. Second, YOU ARE THE HERO OF THIS PLAY. Yes, each of us is the central character of his or her life drama. This does not have to be an egoistic drama. It rather relates to our sense of responsibility for those things we value. These two sentences can be combined to create a holistic view of individual life: Imagination is the creative force we exercise from the center of our lives to create the wonders that fulfill our dreams. I hope that doesn't sound impossibly optimistic! Why not stretch the
    the circle of life as widely as we can possibly conceive? The contour won; t break, just keep expanding. (Report) Reply

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