The boy’s call!

    Deep inside, there’s a brewing ego

Flamed with barren experiences travelled before

Framed in a dreamed dream

Of this remote passion, he’s to find

The source of where it’s all based

Faraway, a remote place

a strange voice is calling the boy

Un-resigning

Sweet like the smell of honey

Echoes, the call—calling him

Like thunder after lighting

Over and over again

Like the aroma of wildly roses

And soothing as the only girl

Loved, he must go and meet

These pleasures

And one day he shall pick a dollar

And fly away

And one day he shall pick a dollar

And sail away

To seek the un-resigning call

Calling—calling, the grateful voice

Unknown of where it’s located

It posses the purpose of him being here

Between him and the voice laid

The oceans and wilderness,

Deserts, thorns and predators

And the boy wants to—to go

To see what might be the tidings

But, fear of what might be waiting

In this toil, his search, his venture

Might be fatal than all he had

Thorough from

Of what weapon-of what strength

Can this given destiny be fulfilled?

He’ll go with the song, gently calming

That had fostered him and to him

It’s his wealthy, but there’s more

That the voice seems to promise

He shall go-because he must

The voice matured this vow

And its offer still stands  

And one day he shall pick a dollar

And fly away

And one day he shall pick a dollar

And sail away

Where, the realm fantasies of  his imaginations are

His purpose, dream and abundance of vitality

There where it’s calling, all pleasing

Pleasures and richness

There he shall go, no matter

What’s to come and pass

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Posted on April 28, 2009, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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