poetry by j matthew waters

sing of sunshine where there is sorrow

there is no sense
in revisiting all the bad things
that may or may not have happened
think of the things yet to come
like the seeds of dahlia
planted in your mind

create and smile and live
the way only you know how
and call forth into your mind
where there is none
and beat back the darkness
with luminescent petals

may two thousand thirteen
copyright j matthew waters
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9 thoughts on “sing of sunshine where there is sorrow

  1. A perfectly luminous song – beautiful words, my friend. K

  2. It feels so light and breezy !

  3. this was beautiful

  4. Pleasant Street on said:

    I am glad you shared these sunshine poems tonight.
    This one says so much in just a few words. The optimism of future flowers…I think I’ll print this off and hang it by my PC

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