I truly like the central metaphor. If I gathered right, it's about people simply walking the dusty roads of their lives without noticing the small, beautiful things that really make life worth living. The idea appeals to me and I'm sure alot of other readers who themselves can't find the time to just appreciate these precious little details of our world.
Still, I think that it could have been shorter(I know from experience, if you want to send a direct message across to the reader, like I see you've done by making the last two stanzas sound like an advice, it's good to keep it relatively concise). Some stanzas are a bit rough around the edges, but some are perfect, for example the 6th one( my favorite).
From the 5th one, though, I really couldn't gather a meaning. Some people would call your style childish, but I find it really appealing adn really refreshing. You're not one of the people who seem to write just to show off their vocabulary. Still, we all have maturing to do and will never stop evolving.
Anyway overall good work