Imagine short poem

Photo by h.koppdelaney

Imagine our world without grass and trees at the hill,
Will you be able to find fresh waters to sip and to kneel?
Imagine our world without waters,
Will you be able to swim, ride in a boat or cross the other boarders?

Imagine our world without air,
Will you be able to breathe, inhale and exhale?
Imagine our world without rain,
Will the living things grow or wither without the pouring rain?

Imagine our life without God,
Can we overcome the pain, the agony, the problems we faced?
Imagine our life without our organs functioning inside our body,
Can we move, cry, laugh, or smile without them, blood circulating?

Let us all learn to appreciate things.
Let us all not forget every non-living and living thing,
Let us not forget God who made everything,
Without Him, life has never been full of meaning!

Rate the poem
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (1 votes, average: 3.00 out of 5)
We are posting your rating...

Have something to say about the poem?

Reagan Latumbo

Signup / Login to follow the poet.
Singer. Poet Writer.I love singing and singing will always be my stint forever.Just like what I have said above, I am totally a lover of poems.I wrote straight from the heart, from my experience.I am a graduate of Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English in the Philippines.I dreamed of publishing some of my poems I wrote a few years back until now.
Poems you will love

Give your feedback / review for the poem

Be the First to Comment & Review poem!

Notify of

Dad Could Imagine His Unfulfilled Dreams

Dad Could Imagine His Unfulfilled Dreams prose poem

Hello my baby doll You will always be An amazing bestowal of god for your loving Dad that was born with an astounding will emblazoned in your black eyes were an undreamt-of and incredible waves of inquisitiveness and all the


Imagine! short poem

Many of us are laid to rest Before we learn the true intentions of our life Before we lose our innocence and search for it all over again If there’s a way to find the answers to our existence To