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James Darwin Smith II

Rookie - 127 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Victory waits in Loving Grace


Searching amidst a regional bliss
Corralling these scared feelings eclipsed
Gone mourning of sun’s revolting
Mysteriously time is of a reckless essence
There is no reason for rationality anyways, any daze

A crowning achievement to what has not been seen
In the flesh awakening all these dreams
Mind studying, one closure at a time
So these past doubts will never again run amok inside this mind
This new quest is sturdy for my own sublime design

Patience, The new frontier
Newfound ambitions are finally here
Looking forward to what will be ahead
As behind slowly fades away
The past is just that

This shield of mine slowly going away
Ruined too much of my life
As I was scared of the light
Yet, had no fear of the gray
What can I say?

I must live life in uncertain ways
In a certain proclamation upon
Being more assertive in what I need to do
All for the love of my life, the love of life
Everything from here on out shall be all brand new

My voice will reign out soon, someday
I will state my heart in many ways
Towards beauty so close, never shall it be far away
These feelings grow stronger
As this intuition takes me to a higher level of living, of loving

All in all
What can I say?
I sense something I have never sensed before
Now will all things flow like they have never flowed before?
My confidence says yes, my confidence I so dearly adore
I shall destroy this shield for good from here on out
Never again shall I be full of doubt


Limits are broken
All is well
This journey has only just begun
No longer shall I be afraid of falling
Sailing on across the pristine sound
In a clarity never seized before

All eyes are set ahead
Could eyes of another be waiting for me?

Across the waters
These confusing emotions set at bay
Ethereally the skies are blue
And I am on my way

What was once viewed from far away
Is now closer to home
Chivalry in amongst me, wherever I roam

My whole existence feels something new
Beauty is here, all within my own prospering view


I am here, I am there, and I am everywhere
In heart, mind and spirit, I belong to….. You


Who? Yes you
Who are you?
These prophecies that soon will come true

Yes, these prophecies are amongst, me, amongst you
As the positive takes solace in what lies ahead
Dreams, Dreamt like never before

Dreams of me, You, Dreams that shall finally come true

Yes, these dreams were always meant just for me and you

Now the great unknown shall guide us through and through
Living life the best that we can
What is next for me and you?

Submitted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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Written on 5/14/13

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