Treasure Island

RIC S. BASTASA


to find the world


to find the world
is to find your world

that is it, this is what is
it all about
it is about you and the world
you finally find
at first in your fingertips
spinning and then
inside your heart
you spinning
inside your world

the world spins
finally inside you
and you and the world
you finally find
become one

to find the world
your world
finds you and you are
not surprised anymore

the awe and wonder
inside your heart
where now
the world lives
in peace

you and your world
in harmony
like body and soul
sleeping together
in twilight

Submitted: Tuesday, December 02, 2008
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