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Chase The Light

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Only a tunnel of light streaming through each day

For those unaware of life’s full beauty, they can’t begin to play

Just as the Day will kiss the night the dark will chase the light

It’s a choice that’s up to you to open your mind wide

To see outside the space the colours are sublime

Paint yourself a picture of how you want to be

Don’t let rigid routines depict a certain plea

Keep an open mind and set yourself free

Look and learn to find the treasure’s horde

It’s over each horizon no reason to be bored

Don’t let your mind die before your temple crumbles

Live your life with purpose its quirks are merely stumbles

 Poem and Image – Wendy Norman (Seafarrwide)

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