Brand New Day

 

Brand New DayIsn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?

― L.M. Montgomery

I am standing in the crowd,

Trying to shout out loud.

My voice is reaching nowhere,

It’s too late, nothing can be repaired.

———-

I want to look behind and go back in past,

But this crowd is not letting me turn.

I feel I am being harassed,

Is there any way to return?

———-

Now I realize the value of those days,

They are precious to me and can never be replaced.

I will always remember them,

Those memories cannot be erased.

———-

This transition is proving pretty heavy,

But I know I will come out of it.

Trying to remain calm and happy,

There is no intention to quit.

———-

I don’t know where I am heading to,

But I know my loved ones are with me.

If I am the sailor, they are my crew,

Imagining life without them would me very scary.

———-

So I am sailing in this ocean where nobody knows me,

I believe I will find my way to the right door,

The terrain is now much more hilly,

But I am certain to reach ashore.

———-

Murtaza Alamshah

 

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One thought on “Brand New Day

  1. Very good rhyme but the last two stanzas made me think because there is no rhyme.
    I made this up:

    I dont know where my life is leading,
    But what I know is that my family is backing me.
    I am the sailor, they crewed my sailing,
    Imagining life without them is failing me.

    Sailing alone in this ocean I feel silly,
    I am sure I would open the right door.
    The terrain is now more hilly,
    But I am certain to reach ashore.

    Enjoy Posting!

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