It's Right Before Your Eyes
~ A Poem by Roli

Have a read of my poem: It's right before your eyes. It describes a world where people fail to acknowledge something very obvious...


Falling leaves tell us something

Year after year, we always expect it

Seasons come, we know what they bring

Summer to Autumn, you can’t reject it

 

The fundamental things of life

Many scorn, push away

Don't you know this causes much strife?

Alas, your only choice is to stay

 

Thunder and shaking you will hear

Open your eyes and take a good look

Massive, earth shattering events are near

All written down, stored in the book

 

Look up, the signs are fool-proof

You're locked in denial, missing in action

Maybe the real issue is being aloof

Many things you'll see, yet only a fraction

 

People believe what they want to believe

But that doesn’t stop the truth from being real

Wonders bigger than you could ever conceive

Are fast approaching, and that’s the real deal


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