ryanne askar


life's melody


the sound of the heart play the melody of life
time plays the melody of age
and and the body play the melody of death
one can not exist without the other
like how a planet need the sun and water to respire
the way a baby need both a mother and farther
life's a beautiful thing
but often we take it for granted
people always say that 'we don't know what we have till its gone'
however its it the other way around
we know exactly what we have
but we think that it's going to last forever
and that's the melody of the mind
the mind which only you can be yourself
with no one to criticise
a place where its peaceful
a place wher thing last forever
like a never ending story
Those are the melody's of life

Submitted: Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, December 28, 2011

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  • Rookie Kianush Maleki (12/29/2011 12:17:00 AM)

    i love this part, nice poem
    time plays the melody of age
    and and the body play the melody of death
    one can not exist without the other (Report) Reply

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