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James Darwin Smith II

Rookie - 127 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

A Potpourri Welcome


Seizing beauty shining in new light
Over the horizon, a brand new life
Enriched in the strength of warmth and compassion
Monumental visions wrapped deeply within an indigo adaptation

Intuitive gestures guide me towards levels never reached before
Going with the flow, No need to implore
Dawning to a new age of beautiful endeavours
Deep inside this very heart that has been reborn

Cured of all these past metaphoric diseases
So far, so great
Ambitions take me towards a well tranquil incisive state
Life, I have no more need to ever escape
As long as these dreams balance my whole existence as one
Below the blue skies of great acceptance
Under the protection of a brand new sun
Walking as if it came within my life for the very first time

Tribulations though are still around
The storm never left
It wants to knock me back down
But when it does, I will just have back up
I will never stay down, ever, never again!

The too simplistic nature of mental suffrage is losing
This pain that plagued my heart slowly fading
Into the cherishing of a new celebration
Of what kind of person I have become today

Knowledge is learned through troubled times
The destructive experiences all left behind
Never stuck in redundant motion
Controlling all of every emotion
Balanced for a journey so vast and enriched with so many open possibilities
Smiling wide with positive flow,
Going where my heart, mind and soul all tell me to go


Battle tested, Faith approved
My heart, mind and soul on the move
Growing more than I ever thought I would
Confidence an ally in the intent of improvement
Amassing the good over the bad
As the rewards of honesty comes bearing gifts of greater fruition

Making a difference in differences of the highest consent
Swallowing my pride when it begins to spew venomous chaos
As peace begins to resurface and patience starts to wait
For something that has been in waiting upon this confidence’s achieving

All hope is within my grasp
What more could I ever ask for?

Feeling beauty in the essence of a azure encounter in a sapphire view
A paradise that cannot be explained in this spirit’s most sacred of places
Love, what will be the next move?
Let us rejoice in the many eclectic hues of our own epic muse, such excitement awaits!

A mystery is so fun to solve
As long as beauty is always in a prospering view
So who am I? So who are you?

The unknown, Oh, What a beautiful place it is
When will we be going through?
A riddle that shall be solved when time stops moving

So now we know, I am who, you are indeed you

Submitted: Friday, May 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 03, 2013

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Written on 5/3/13

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