Truest Passion

March 11, 2011
By Neeharika BRONZE, Shoreline, Washington
Neeharika BRONZE, Shoreline, Washington
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Is something you don’t look
For another eye’s approval of
In fact, the only attention that satisfies
Is yourself.

You both could travel
Great lengths together,
Never needing another spirit’s company
You and your truest passion

Nevertheless, you could should do forever
Nonstop, continuously, endlessly
For the only difficulty in life is performing
What seems you cannot
Until you could, of course
Because it’s personalized
Your truest passion

If the world slipped through ashes
And trees couldn’t stand
And nobody dared communicate
And our mind-body balance were to skid,
I think you’d still encompass that passion
Because it is encoded within your soul
Followed up unconsciously
Your Morse programming

The author's comments:
This piece was inspired from my truest passion, singing. I know for this art, I never care whether it gets appreciated or not. I could travel alone for the rest of my life with a voice and a song to sing. And lastly, I know that if my body and the world was paralyzed, I'd still never forget how to sing. In the same way, Im sure everyone has a passion that apply with the same circumstances.

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Lexie96 GOLD said...
on Oct. 27 2011 at 11:27 pm
Lexie96 GOLD, Havana, Illinois
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Favorite Quote:
Now Cinderella don't you go to sleep, it's such a bitter form of refuge, oh don't you know the kingdom's under siege, and everbody needs you. - The Killers

This is really good, and you're right about the passion thing, I feel that way about writing. Think you could maybe check out my poem sometime? Please


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