Treasure Island

Romeo Della Valle

(Ageless / Dominican Republic)

A Naked Soul

Many are the roads I traveled,
Some rough and others smooth
But I knew it was my destiny
Shaping my life along the ways!
Now, here I am with a smile
With nothing at all to regret!
Born with plenty of love
To share with the rest
Of the world!

I learned through the years,
The hard and painful ways
That our inner strength is the key
To conquer all anxieties and fears,
Move on and become
What we want to be one day,
As long as there is faith,
Desire and determination!

I have clearly discovered
That our destiny has been
Distinctively designed
And Embedded with wisdom
By a higher power above,
Knowing that two souls
May not be created
exactly alike
But they can share
harmoniously common goals!

I have learned also
Through this long journey
That each of us is a chapter
From the book of life and
There is nothing more to add,
To this Masterpiece
Already finished
And autographed
By our creator!

A book full of knowledge
That Can easily be read
And absolved or neglected
On a bookshelf, collecting dusts
Through the passage of time,
Aware that we are all
Blessed at birth
With the magical power
To make a clear choice
Throughout our lives!

Here i am, the poet,
Speaking my heart and mind
In a unique and single voice,
Hoping my honest words
Will touch other souls
Around the World!
Here is my soul speaking
Loud and clear without fears,

(C) All rights reserved-2014
New York City

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014

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