Poem 51.   Fire In mY Heart

Poem 51. Fire In mY Heart

A Chapter by Margaux (Dhaye)




I see in my mind's eye
A land of make-believe
Where my eyes do not cry
And my hands are open to receive.

I hope against hope
A perfect world to live in
Where I can extend my rope
And patience will lead me to win.

A barrel of monkeys
Is enough to make my day
Not a ton of money
Which will bring me out of the way.

The fire in my heart
My soul's creative fire
Waiting for a bigger part
To reach the end of wire.

Oh, that fire in my heart
Is soaring like an eagle
I can't help it but to start
To collect my prize, my jewel.




© 2013 Margaux (Dhaye)


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I agree with the logic of the poem.
"A barrel of monkeys
Is enough to make my day
Not a ton of money
Which will bring me out of the way."
I have a barrel of grandchildren that keep me young and hopeful. We need positive hope and purpose. Thank you for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Yes, that's optimism. Thanks.



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I agree with the logic of the poem.
"A barrel of monkeys
Is enough to make my day
Not a ton of money
Which will bring me out of the way."
I have a barrel of grandchildren that keep me young and hopeful. We need positive hope and purpose. Thank you for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Margaux  (Dhaye)

6 Years Ago

Yes, that's optimism. Thanks.

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Margaux  (Dhaye)
Margaux (Dhaye)

Philippines



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Hello! I am Dhaye, a public secondary school teacher, a passionate artist "married" to her dream. I write in different perspectives. So please know NOT all my works are about me. .. more..

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