Friday, January 3, 2014

"If Tomorrow Never Comes." Starry's Poem.

"If Tomorrow Never Comes."  Starry's Poem.
Catching every breath I deeply take,
And moving slowly into the rainbow,
I lie beneath the sunset
Watching the foam of sea waves rolling down.

If tomorrow never comes,
I'll hold no regrets behind,
I have found no lasting moments
To rest happily on my mind.

New places envision a new freedom
Venturing into gardens with open doors.
I step into the midst of hush
Where the lions roar and eagles soar.

I spread the wings of my soul
Writing a heartfelt creation.
My soul soars like an eagle
Bringing hope to others with my inspiration.

Author: Poet Starry Dawn.
My Poetry Corner is: "Thanks for the Gift of Life."
The Link is: www.thanksforthegiftoflife.blogspot.com
Note: I was in the mood to share one of my poems in my nature site.
Until we write again...
STARRY.

8 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Very nice, thanks for sharing!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

What a very beautiful poem!! Thank you!!
love
tweedles

Chatty Crone said...

I have heard another poem with those words if tomorrow never comes - this was better.

I am not afraid if tomorrow never comes - the Lord is there.

Sandie

Starry Dawn said...

Oh! I am so flattered, my friends.
Thank you, Sandie, Tweedles, Lisa, and all friends who care to visit my pages and say nice things!
I truly appreciate your kindness.
I love poetry. Do you?...
Blessings,
Starry.

Dee said...

Your such a natural and talented poet....have you always written poems?

tweedles said...

Hi its me- i came to say hello
love
tweedles

Starry Dawn said...

Thank you, Deela, Tweedles and all friends who care to visit me!
Deela, I wrote my first poem when I was 10 years old, and it was dedicated to my dear mom.
I have been writing poems for many years, yet never published a book.
Perhaps, some day, I will...
Thanks for stopping by my site, dear friends!
I highly appreciate friendship.
God bless!
Starry.

WordsPoeticallyWorth said...

A lovely poem. Well done.

Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.