Treasure Island

James Darwin Smith II

(10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Warmth, The Medication That Truly Works The Best For Me

Warmth, missing you
The way you beam upon my face
Giving these legs the freedom to roam
For the many of miles upon your very grace
Such a feeling of joy to say the least

Upon your energy I become lifted
As if this head was flying high up into the sky
Flying so high in a dream’s world within itself
Never coming down to let the razors of a deserted reality
Cut these ambitions into pieces like I have before

I have you
Sometimes the times say it’s not so
Sometimes you stay, Sometimes you go
But when here, I become rejoiced
Reenergised, walking with proud strides
Feeling rewarded as I stroll strongly with sweaty achievements

You accept me

When we are together
Everything feels safe within
No worries, No looking back
Going forward all the way

Warmth, I surely miss you
Please come soon

Never keep me waiting
The rain keeps on hating
But with your inspiration
Your visions of an enlightening future
Are always there, through and through

Warmth, when it’s just me and you
We never have anything to lose

Our sessions always come out
Bigger and better
Always having huge breakthroughs

I am always a student in your endless class of psychology
Striving to grow as much as I can
All in the name of, you

What is next?
What should I ever do?

Cannot wait to find the answers
When I am able to again, walk miles and miles in upon your very shoes

Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014
Edited: Monday, February 24, 2014

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Written on 2/24/14

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