‘A poem with a wink / Knowledge’

Book photographs

Books in secret nooks

I read what I need

My mind surely minds

What I take and what I make


This rhyme isn’t worth a dime

Money may make someone call you ‘honey’

But what seems worthless can as well be priceless

The choice is your voice


Knowledge can be your pledge

Feed your brain without pain

It pays dividends but not in cents

Just like experience, neither in pence


Live your life as you want to live

Give away what you want to give

Rules are for fools

Friendship is to worship


That’s what you can learn and shouldn’t burn

As simple as a pimple

If I made you think or smile and blink,

I will say this poem made my day … wink




About Magdalena

I'm a positive thinker, a dreamer, a poet, a dancer, a writer. I want to empower people and inspire them to follow their dreams and create their lives exactly the way they wish them to be :)

Posted on September 21, 2011, in Poems and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Very intriguing… It’s beautiful and soulful. I like it…

  2. Rules are for fools! Now, you’re talking my language! Give me a wink! I like it!


  3. Haha I love it. It did indeed make me smile 🙂

    Good work!

  4. I like, “I read what I need.”

  5. This is great I do think rules are for fools and I would rather have a wink. When I was young and they said no I would ask why and they would say because I said so no answer so to me I never followed rules unless they could tell me why and give me a good reason

  6. It made me think,smile and blink 🙂

    Nice work!


  7. Delightful. I enjoyed this read 🙂

  8. Love the way you play with sounds here… wonderful . :] xx

  9. Love the rhyme you have though, if I may be blunt, I would have preferred dimple instead of pimple. Just my two cents 🙂

  10. This was really fun poem to read.
    I liked its positive message.
    Good work.

  11. Very nice. Loved the rhyme. The poem made my day too. 🙂

  12. nice content, like the fact the the flow of rhyme is sometimes interrupted, it emphasises it.

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