Show me love and a dove.

Show me love and a dove.

A Poem by Morning Bliss

A different perespective from someone that should matter to us all...

I'm sad.
For what reason? I don't know.
Perhaps its because of my childern's hunger
that's never going to stop.
Perhaps its the bickering
of selfishness and rot.
Or maybe its the death and waste of lives
that died with for an eye.
My eyes.
But like a son said,
An eye for an eye will only make me blind.
How true this is.
I don't see the hurt, I don't see the pain,
and don't see them all.
But I feel. And I'd much rather see then feel
Becuase all these thing they call freedom
and all these things that make them happy.
Is killing me.
Because of selfishness, indeed.
So for that, I'm going to die.
That is unless, you show me some love
and a dove.



© 2009 Morning Bliss

Author's Note

Morning Bliss
This, again, isn't one of my best, but I just felt like letting my thoughts run wild again. Ignore grammer.

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lovely and heart touching, I like this alot! Cap

Posted 14 Years Ago

Brilliant work of art that flows beautifully. I love the metaphors you used to dig to the depths of the soul. I can really feel the emotion you poured into this...which is soothing to the soul. Thank you for sharing.


Posted 14 Years Ago

What a deeply painful look at the state of human nature and how jaded we have become... hurting one another uselessly and thinking we are doing right by how God... An excellent piece of writing.

Posted 14 Years Ago

0 of 2 people found this review constructive.

I'll show the love if you can free my dove i am captivated by the intensity of this poem you show maturity beyond my imagination a superb talented one that is blessed with a gift to write you will become a success i can feel it this poem illustrates your undeniable talent with the smooth flow of verses and your sense of social belonging saying it as you feel deep in your heart an excellent write i hope you can accept my friendship i need some right now.

Posted 14 Years Ago

0 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Splendidly smashing. Caught me off guard from what I was expecting. Well done. A lesson we all (as a species) should learn. Bravo.

Posted 14 Years Ago

This is a fantastic expression of the pain of the selfishness that so many do feel deep within. It is human to have wants and needs.. some have higher expectations than others.. the freedom some have is found based on life experience.. money can not buy it. It is a true sense of being.. those who come in youth from poverty will certainly feel some freedoms more than others .. in my own mind..finding pleasure and joy with the smallest things.. I have always taken pleasure from the smaller things.. so many have not found the freedom of wealth within themselves.. and hold self-worth with the owning of possessions and money. Your children will adapt better than yourself.. in hard times.. poverty can be a blessing.. as through that upbringing.. brings the power to feel happy with the small things that come our way... truly passionate and unspoiled simplicity is born from poverty... also a deep desire for learning.. instead of playing with toys daylong.. I have memories of playing school.. not having alot of toys.. learning and playing at the same! Mere paper and pencil.. found writing, math, art.. and so many other means of release and knowledge... which can not be bought.. it is the hardest roads that find the sweetest freedoms, passion and great knowledge! Thank you for sharing and reminding me of the most important freedoms I stand for.

Posted 14 Years Ago

You really do have an amazing eye for the world, bringing us here a feeling of purpose and pain. This is a beautifully deep expression of life.

Anton Chekov: "We shall find peace. We shall hear angels. We shall see the sky sparkling with diamonds."

Posted 14 Years Ago

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Added on July 2, 2009
Last Updated on July 2, 2009


Morning Bliss
Morning Bliss

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