What if you were locked in prison for years Where you could only Hope and imagine and dream What you could do What it would be like To be free. Then, what if, you were finally released and set free, Free to really live. Where do you live now?
Decades-old dreams Coming apart at the seams Dreams that don’t fit anymore Dreams that come crashing to the floor Are you sure you’ll be buried by the debris? From here, you just look free Dust yourself off And dance From here, You’ll be free — About the poem: I can’t think of any change […]
Is it too much to want To be A marathon winner A bodybuilding champion A painter extraordinaire A sketch artiste A world-class photographer An inspiring natural chef A drumming master A sensitive songwriter A renowned poet A bestselling author A publishing company mogul A phenomenal polyglot An irresistible blues singer An important movie producer A […]
Pink, yellow and blue Lanterns sway, ajummas pray, Make my dreams come true! — * ajumma = elderly lady in Korea — About the poem: Touring a Buddhist temple in Seoul today, the grounds are decked out with paper lanterns. Each has a blue prayer note attached, with a handwritten request for good health […]