by Tim Chiu
A poem about youth and innocence, and wanting to be free...
|Once again, as the case before, the jury is well served
To have folks comfortable and satisfied, elegant and reserved.
Their verdicts come from evidence, knowledge, and good trust,
And consequences shared with all, and legalese a must.
Coming to play, with many a wound, much is a distraction,
Especially, when judged by all, there exists a real attraction.
But people must consolidate many a strength and ideal,
Despite the youth and innocence so rarely found that’s real.
Stay behind the velvet ropes, and watch as stars go by,
For you’ll traverse the red carpet, too, before the day you die.
A star must be discovered, as satisfied as can be,
So elegant beyond mere words, to win the Oscar or Grammy!