Treasure Island

James Darwin Smith II

(10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Breaking the Bubbly Out


Bubbles in their own liquefied universe
Trying to stay alive
Colliding together
So they may not explode for an empty cause

Bubbles everywhere
Galaxies always created or popped
An evolution of different formations
Each having a meaning towards a greater cleansing
Beyond their own soaped up comprehensions

None live in the center
As they all strive for harmony

Some are too young to understand
While the Elders know way too much,
Too much for their own good
Or do they?

Case of being badly mistaken?

Within life there is life
Upon death is a hazy unknown

Water may be used to buoyant the bubbles
But if too much water is used then it all goes away

We are all bubbles
Floating around looking for special meaning
Of the very existence around us
Beyond the stars deep into the universe of unlimited knowledge

Never burst others with arrogance
As arrogance is really a form of low self esteem
Pay an earnest homage to your own confidence
Always strive to defy even your own thoughts
There is no limits to what our minds can do

Travel within your own mind
Create a universe all in your own thoughts
Just think of where you would go
Now see what can be done
Strive to go even beyond, Beyond itself

Hope this all made no sense
Because life should not always have meaning

Hope I never burst your bubble anyhow, Any Ways?

Submitted: Tuesday, October 09, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 09, 2012
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Written on 10/8/12, This is me experimenting poetically speaking. I like to try new ways, New subjects upon writing.

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