kalke anawkam

Rookie (18th march 1978 / leicester)

Gatekeeper VIII; Transformationz


There was a time,
I didn’t own a dime,
& couldn’t rhyme, to a chime,
Blackened lungs, with a soul to match,
Through, the roughest & toughest patch,

A rainbow heart, torn apart,
In opposite realms, like split stems,
One side, full of gems,
The other, of red hot coal,
Two sides, of the Koin,

Light & dark, as bright as a spark,
As dark as the night, without any light,

The anger within me, blackened my soul,
Almost like, an infinite black hole,
Now I’ve found, the rainbow within me,
To ground myself, like the tranquil blue sea,

Two sides to the Koin, with the 3rd adjoin,
Through your, TRUTHFUL adjure,
Create the cure, forever more,

Through your, TRUTHFUL admonish,
Go out & abolish, and demolish,
Borders and barriers, and bring out a rainbow,

Cast a spell, that blankets the Earth,
From the North, East, South & West,
And covers the rest, in the ultimate test,
Of the pensive & the jest,
Just do your best, and not the lest…..

Submitted: Thursday, August 04, 2005
Edited: Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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