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Nature's Sympathy

March 3, 2011
By Lahari GOLD, Edison, New Jersey
Lahari GOLD, Edison, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
\\\\\\\"Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That\\\\\\\'s why its called the present.\\\\\\\"
— Eleanor Roosevelt

\\\\\\\"When life gives you lemons, make grape juice. Then sit back and watch as the world wonders how you did it.\\\\\\\'


Why is the sky so cheerless?
The trees billow in the wind
That was harsh yesterday
But so gentle today.
And as the sun reaches past the horizon,
The earth, covered
In millions of snowflakes, sparkles.
But the white light
Holds no joy.
Yet, its radiates serenity
As if the angel has come
To collect his soul.
The echo of the widows’ screams
Reaches the birds and they sing,
Trying to soothe her sorrows.
But can her nerves be calmed
When the loved one is lost?
No response.



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