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Cinelife Poem
by Betty Jo Tucker

Below is my poem comparing life and cinema. I hope you enjoy it!

C I N E L I F E

By

Betty Jo Tucker

Curtains open. The film begins.

Hero or villain which one wins?

 

They fight within us every day

in how we act or what we say.

 

Our lives are like a big movie

thats scripted by ourselves, you see.

 

Our laughs, our loves are what we choose.

But some mistakes wed like to lose.

 

Forgive them all. Its part of life.

They can be judged as human strife.

 

Ending credits begin to scroll.

Watch carefully for signs of soul.

 

Curtains close. The end is here.

Time for critics to boo or cheer.

 

This cinelife is now all through.

Another film will start anew!


                                                                                                                                                                               
 
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