Moostef Vosti

I Believe

I believe in BIRTH
The birth I was birth to this earth
Tiny being engulfed by innocence
Which I believe trickled from the father
To give me life and follow in His teachings
Oh I believe in His potency

I am the direct opposite of Thomas
I am the reincarnated Stephen ready to loose mine life
What I believe is far much stronger and bigger than me

I believe in GROWTH that moved me from an infant to my adult
Being a knuckle head is part of childhood life
Getting a few bruises and breaking a few bones.
Growth that developed my mind
From immaturity to maturity level
Point where I can reason with men
That is growth, I believe

Change is a slow process...
But I believe in it
I am hell-bent on achieving my ambitions
This is my satisfaction, the true meaning of life
Away from what these moving flesh think of me
I believe in my AMBITIONS

That day I shall sit on a Monday to Saturday and let my feet in the pool
Just to watch the sun sink down the horizon
That day when I will let my soul sing in the madrigal of my fellow old men
My moniker 'grandpa' will be on the lips of my generation

That is when I will have grown old
My silver hair will carry a meaning of reverence
Only then I will wait for my demise because I believe in DEATH


Submitted: Sunday, October 07, 2012
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