Poem: Dew Drops

We are but dew drops
That have gathered over night
In the light of dawn
Will soon take flight

Peer below, see the signs of a river run dry
Must it not flow to an ocean far & wide?
An ocean, you may say, has nothing to do with me
From where do you think once have come we?

Each droplet may seem insignificant
To cause even a puddle upon the rocks
But a river or even an ocean
Is only a trifle multitude of drops

Push away the doubts
Boldly off this assured decay
Heed life’s sacred call
Let it be a brand new today

Haste no longer on many surmises
The warm but unforgiving Sun duly rises
Our fall will flow the river of old
And take us to the unseen ocean the wise have foretold