NaPoWriMo #7: a poem about luck and fortuitousness (To have human conscious)

NaPoWriMo #7: a poem about luck and fortuitousness

Image from: The New York Times

As I inhale this air,
Deeply, filling my lungs,
Holding it inside me,
I don’t want to let go,

I’m not a lucky man,
For coincidental,
Surprises in my life,
Still a fortunate one,

I’m totally grateful,
First, for my family,
Then, my amazing friends,
And all the memories,

They don’t have what I have,
They struggled everyday,
To survive in war zones,
And it is not their fault,

I should appreciate,
And share my gifts with them,
I am still fortunate,
To have human conscious.

11 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo #7: a poem about luck and fortuitousness (To have human conscious)

  1. Hi there! I just came across this post of yours and your blog in general and I couldn’t help but comment and tell you how much I adore your blog and love this post! Keep up the great work, I am going to follow you so I can keep up with all your new posts!

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      1. Aww you are so welcome! You have a wonderful blog. Do you have Twitter or Instagram? I just made accounts and would love to follow you!

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  2. War zones are sad places and one can’t help but feel bad for them. However how can we feel bad for all when there are so many? Some our caused by our own counties and our own selfish needs. I know Im selfish when I say that I am more worried about my own family than those of others. I think more about my loved ones being safe then the loved ones of others. What can I said I am human, and not ashamed of it. Why should I be ashamed of something my country dose for my own safely and the sadly of my loved ones. So don’t feel bad my friend enjoy your life and enjoy having your love ones with in your grasp.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Indeed, we need to enjoy our life and our love ones while they are still here besides us. I hope you have a great day ahead! 😀


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