The Wheelbarrow by Joel F

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The Wheelbarrow –

Push to the limit like a wheelbarrow
Stop digging your past sorrows

Learn to roll with its wheels and lift it
Move forward and walk with it.

Live life and love every minute
Let the flowers bloom and never limit

Fill it with seeds of love and hope.
Grasp the handle and learn to cope.

Put in the soil with dirt and laughter.
Soon you will reap all its fruits thereafter

Cultivate the roots and water your flowers
The seeds of your thoughts will be its showers.



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57 thoughts on “The Wheelbarrow by Joel F

      1. You are welcome Joel. I equally loved your post on the garden. One of my best if not the best category on my blog is called: “Marie’s Garden” in there, I revel at my thorns which have produced such goreous and sweet fragrance roses thanks to all the dirt mixed with tears cum laughter I continuously dumped in that Garden 🙂

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  1. Wow, Joel!
    This poem is SO beautiful! I wanted to pick a favorite part but I loved all the verses equally 🙂
    “Fill it with seeds of love and hope” It’s hard to believe that some people choose to fill theirs with different seeds, right?

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    1. Well, different folks, different seeds i guess. Some fill it with seeds of hatred and bigotry. But then just like what the poem says “Soon you will reap all its fruits thereafter.”

      Thanks Paola for sharing your thoughts and your encouraging words. I appreciate it. Have a great weekend.

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