Poem: Sacred Moments

Victhur Ihuka October 07, 2015


In a world filled with too many bodies but too little
In our race to beat the next deadline
Do you ever notice those tiny moments:
When you catch a glimpse of our being
Like the little smile from that old woman when you
buy her ware without bargaining.
Like the fleeting moment of recognition when you
lock eyes with a stranger.
Like the flutter in your heart any time you hear that
Like the tears that clouds your eyes whenever you see an act of
kindness in movie.
Like the grin that spreads across your face when you
 hit that ‘Like’ button because you relate to this
It is amazing to realize how much our seemingly little
 acts reverberates across the universe.

Last Edited by:Abena Agyeman-Fisher Updated: March 25, 2016


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