Treasure Island

James Darwin Smith II

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

When Clouds Dreamingly Adrift

Clouds have buried me asunder
Away from the sun I so dearly adore
Dreaming upon the light of day
As the darkness puts me in a state of woe

Missing the rays of the sunny days
Shining down with such pure exuberance
Always guiding me towards a higher energy
Only to put me in a great state of relaxation
By the time I head on home

Destiny waits for my choosing
My dreams shall always set me free
No matter what the skies may say
This heart, Mind and soul
Will always feel a gust of warmness
Upon a breeze of love and devotion

Yet, my dreams do come and go
Frustration rears its ugliness
As I pray for beauty to take me home

Yet, I fight this state of woe
With everything that I have
Upon the breeze of love and devotion

Clouds may have buried me asunder
From the skies I so dearly adore
Still, No matter what I must dream upon the light of day
So the darkness will never ever take control

With love inside this heart
And a mind set free to roam
Bathing this soul for a brand new awakening
Towards a valiant grace that I have never ever known

In current dreams I shall fly high
In a great quest for admiration
By the personal love that shall be given to me
Only to spread it
To those with open arms and great true acceptance
To all those I so dearly adore

The newly lit clouds will show me new heights
That for which I have never seen
In a scene of love and acceptance
Inside my heart, my mind and soul
Plays a multitude of wonderful loving dreams

In dreams even when these very eyes are open
I shall fly like I have never flown before

All in time, I will begin to soar
When I feel safe enough to open
My heart, my mind and my soul

Hope, I will never let you go
I will never let you go

And for all the true essences of love
I will never let you go, never ever let you go

Love, Always be one with me

Even in the dreariest of days
Sunshine it shall always be at one with me

The brightest of days I must always evoke
I most always evoke myself from deep within
Deep within indeed

Submitted: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013

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Written on 10/25/13

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