Treasure Island

Kelvin TakyiBobi


There You Are


I patroll the surface of the world.
North, South, East, and West,
Scan the caves, Dig deep down the earth,
Sink below down the botton of the sea,
Climb up up to the tip of the tallest tree,
Evacuate the earth to visit space,
And seek the twinkle twinkle stars's face.
I found love no where.
Love, where do you dwell?
It was clear, love existed not on the physical realm.
I had to visit the place of matterless.
I did but not to where the demons were.
But to the surface, inside men's and 'men's
Heart.
There I found it, glowing.Ready,
To bind another of her Kind!
She here in my chest not far at all
Tickled my eyes to pour.
She was beautiful, overhelmingly beautiful.

Submitted: Friday, November 01, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 02, 2013
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