There’s a rising star from London in the poetic blogosphere, and her name is Marinela Reka. This young lady is 14 years old and has been writing since age 6. Her precocious brilliance online continues to win over fans, especially through her Facebook page where nearly 9,000 individuals endorse her lyrical skill!
Marinela's blog is called Short Poems. Since crossing paths with her through previous poetry rallys, she continues to impress me. Having been on my blog roll for a long time, I suspect her growing following is due in large part to her poetic compositions, respect for Poetry, and positive attitude. In addition, she released two poetry books available through her site. Her latest is called Little Whispers, and one cannot help predicting the continuation of an extremely bright future.
...followed by"Time" & "Everybody has the chance"
The beautiful snow was taking part
My desirable fascination for it
Would bring joy to my young heart
The unique individual snowflakes
The frosted and alabaster white coat
The delight of seeing everyone merry
Snow, you have definitely got my vote
My soul feels alive as see the blissful sight
My lungs breathes as I smell the fresh air
My eyes tingle as the flakes drift down
And charmingly land on my soft hair
But when the sun shines and the rain falls
The absolutely brilliant snow starts to melt
I begin to see that nothing is perfect
And no longer feel the same feelings I felt!
The snow I fell in love with has gone
Instead left some slippery, stubborn thick ice
It is no longer safe to drive or to walk
So next time I vote I have to think twice!
It turns out to be a miserable misfortune
And not the utterly beautiful snow we desire
It just looks like what we adore and love
Is nothing but a very beautiful liar!
Time is a hungry caterpillar
Our days are its prey
Before we all know it
Our whole life fades away
Everybody has the chance
To do a good deed
If you are driving near a school
Lower down your speed
Or maybe when you see the homeless
Give them a pound or two
Lower the sound on the T.V
If the elderly live near you
I am not saying that you must
Give away lungs or your heart
But remember it’s the smallest things
That play the biggest part
Thank you, Marinela. I appreciate the extra effort and humble gratitude you showed over being featured today. Write On!
Check out more of Marinela Reka's poetry @ http://marinelareka.com/
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