ary bolanos

(april 18,1970 / houston, tx)

I Wanna Get Lost


I wanna get lost
At any cost
I wanna get lost
Like a rabbid Robert Frost
On the road less taken I may find my self
Not just another book left on the shelf
I wanna get lost

I wanna get lost
Not matter the cost
I wanna get lost
And be my own boss
I wanna get lost on the road made for me
So far far gone from The Giving Tree
I wanna get lost

I wanna get lost so I can be found

Submitted: Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

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