Treasure Island

Tony Adah


Message To My Soul


As it is
Anyday is a go-day
For anyone in this buffer zone
And I am not afraid
Of the end
I am not
Afraid to be a convert
Of another world
And expose you beyond
Where you will roam
Having shedded the hindrance
Of the world.
In this world
Of our universal visit
I came to meet people
And on my sojourn back
I will leave them behind.
In the ruins of our old habitations
I have seen catacombs
Of great men and as I leave
Greater men shall tomorrow come.
I owe my coming
To my mother
That I am
That my children are
And that theirs will be
I am not afraid
Of the end
For I know not
How the beginning
Came to be.
When this boat capsizes
And I am out of it
Without my cumbersome wares
You will be free to float
In the bolls of the clouds
Now that I am afraid not.

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014

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