June 13, 2010
By Paola D&#39alberto BRONZE, Manchester, Other
Paola D&#39alberto BRONZE, Manchester, Other
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I see a world into the eyes of a blind man, and

As his thoughts categorise into lapses of age,

Caravans of memory divide it from one form into another.

Float. Float-in-between time boundaries.

I see the world through the actions of this blind man, and

As he completes his first step, plunging into unknown grounds

I'm automatically taking four back; as floor-boards grow angry tainted with disturb.

They too don't come to contemplate the works of the man.

His mind entwines with every-nerve and impulse,

No alternative but spell binding chemistry,

Beneath the opaque bravado 10 times more power than come from me to you.

But invisible is un-comprehensible eye, the man.

Whose life is everything ... but a miracle.

The author's comments:
Life might seem hard at times, but there's always going to be somebody who has it worse than us. Try putting yourself in their shoes. Not exactly a walk in the park.
So appreciate what you have.

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