Mountain ClimberA Poem by emily joe
The higher you climb, the better it gets
And each time you fall, you live with regrets
I've learned that your dreams are always in reach
That sunshine gets brighter, and odd ends always meet
Patience is a virtue, yet I find it hard to wait
But we each have a plan, our own predetermined fate
I've been taught to think fast, but to speak slow with my mouth
As a mountain climber once told me, "If you want to be a bird, migrate South"
© 2010 emily joe
Added on July 8, 2010
Last Updated on July 8, 2010
AboutI'm Emily Joe. I'm from Chicago. I'm 18, I'm a senior, and writing is my passion. I have been published nine times before, and hope to be again in the future. Emily Dickinson and Edgar Allen Poe are m.. more..
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