Treasure Island

Neil Adams

(19/01/94 / Belfast)

Searching for Peace


I travel the world each pace by pace
For a figure of which I cannot face
I search all day, I search all night
I know its there, I can see the light

I see the light, from over the hills
I can feel the breeze that moves the mills
I can feel the frost as I move on
I can hear the sound of heavens song

You know the difference of peace and war
But to find the love, dig to the core
The sky is blue the sun is shining
The clouds are gone, the birds are rhyming

I feel the pressure as I move forth
Move on trough love and sights that morph
Think of past and let it slide
Todays the day of which ill die

But the skies are clear the clouds are gone
The birds are singing on the fresh cut lawn
The light comes forth by my side
At this moment I feel so alive

Submitted: Saturday, March 03, 2012

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