REMEMBER ME

dove
Source: greenandflex

Sleep my pretty bird.

I won’t say a word.

Just rest your weary eyes.

Then we say our goodbyes.

Soon you will fly away to heights

As you drift through the days and nights.

Your new badge of freedom

You’ll wear in your kingdom.

But always remember me

As the one who set you free.

REMEMBER THE JOURNEY

 

Remember the journey.

Not its end point.

Not its goal.

But the struggle to achieve it.

Look ahead into the distance.

Remember what’s key.

Remember the journey.

For future adventures.

For future battles.

Remember the journey.

WHO AM I?

 

 

 

Who am I?

Who was I?

A man.

A woman.

A doctor.

A soldier.

Maybe a murderer.

Does it matter?

Does it matter anymore?

We all end up the same.

Underground.

Buried.

But it is how we are

remembered

that matters.

Our memory lingers on.

Be remembered as a

doctor,

soldier,

or murderer.

It’s your choice.

REMEMBER

books

 

 

I have to keep reminding myself that I’m writing what I feel and not what some reviewers think I should feel.

I must stop changing my words to suit everyone.

I must remember this as I write my second book.

As I write my thoughts and my feelings.

My own words.

My own thoughts.

My own feelings.

I’ve learned a lot along the way. 

I have to learn to believe in myself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ONLY A MEMORY

 

 

A fireworks display burns bright

For a short time before flickering out.
Leaving no trace of itself behind,
Only a memory of its fading glory.
Such is our time on earth.
It can be short and sweet.
It can be sad and painful.
A brief time to leave our mark behind.
We must use this time wisely.
Make it dramatic.
Make it memorable.
Make it everlasting.

THE SIMPLE LIFE


couchdad:peter shire house by glen.h

We forget to have fun.

We forget to enjoy life.

We forget the beauty

and the simplicity

of everyday life.

It is full of color

and adventure.

Watch the children.

They don’t forget.

They don’t forget to smell the flowers

or have fun with life.

Be a child for a day.

THE JOURNEY

Remember the journey.

Not its end point.

Not its goal.

But the struggle to achieve it.

Look ahead into the distance.

Remember what’s key.

Remember the journey.

For future adventures.

For future battles.

Learn to live by it.