Joey Wade

Rookie (8th March / Chennai)

Wilderness Within My Soul

Frenzy, prairies and an open screen,
endless with infinite possibilities,
I have not mortal greed and hypocrisy,
there is wildness here totally free,
free of judgment and weapons of deceit,
the trees glow with the sun's dying dreams,
animals wild and free, their voices do softly creep,
embracing the breeze with their symphonies,
Hunger, lust and reckless abandon in an animalistic scene,
Imagine a creek pulsating with ecstasy,
rushing with endless purpose into its scream,
the buzz of a bee and the scowl of an owl,
the prowl of a panther and majesty of them all,
free me from this mortal destruction, and diabolical greed,
unite in me my wilderness aflame in a distant unhurried dream....!

Submitted: Wednesday, July 06, 2011
Edited: Thursday, July 07, 2011

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  • Rookie - 939 Points Elena Sandu (7/6/2011 10:06:00 PM)

    I think your soul is free, it got the wings to fly with the wind over the top of trees, other way you could not write so beautiful!
    Lovely, thank you for share,10. (Report) Reply

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