James Darwin Smith II

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

Here is to an Endless Musing

Wherever this muse shall take me
Beyond troubled times galore
Unmotivated forces abundant
Wishing they would exist, No more

Time is of the essential essence
All malicious mirages shall fade away
Negative energy of haunting grief
Your negativity needs to leave
My life shall be more balanced than ever before

Open opportunity
Come on through
Do what you have to do
Mend these thoughts
For they now seek refuge

Forge ahead this heart as well
Shine the light of a warming day
Give me new air to breathe anew
Coexisting with a new graceful destination

Will time heal?
Weather I was your storm
Everything was always clear
I suppose I forgot to set the tone

Muse, it has been awhile
What innovations shall we concoct?
Put me into an inspired vision nonstop
So all can be created with love and care

Muse, I am fluent in poetry
At times I jumble it into confusion as well
So many different ways to write
Trying my best to right you
For giving me a voice
That I have never had till you came into my life

This time I strive to never be silent again

Muse, Thank you for always being here
Even when I leave the face of the earth
Upon a habit when I force myself to be all alone

Loving muse, Thank you for giving me unlimited room to roam
Upon all of my past and future journeys
I always consider you my loving nomadic home

Blessed be
With poetry I am always upon a free roaming home

My love is stronger than it has ever been before

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014

Topic of this poem: muse


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Written on 7/31/14

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