Half glass of water

Half glass of water in my hands –

The rest of my life.

I can drink it in one big gulp, or

I can add something sweet and enjoy it,

Drinking in small sips,

I can add something bitter or dirty,

And still I should drink it to the end,

It’s my fault.

I can see just plain water in it, or

Rainbow blinks of light.

I can hold it calm and quiet, or

I can shake it and leave wet stains

All over the place.

I can share my drink with another person,

I can save somebody, giving him or her

The last drop of my life.

I can.

It’s my life.

 

 

 

By Larisa Pilinsky aka Lark

 




Published by on March 2012. Filed under Archives, Art-to-Art Palette Journal, Poet's Corner dept. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

2 Comments for “Half glass of water”

  1. Lovely!

  2. So many options!

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