James Darwin Smith II

San Diego, CA
James Darwin Smith II
San Diego, CA
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A Journey Called Fate

Caged, Prisoner of self
Stuck, looking inside out
With nowhere to go
Watching everything around me
As if I was a ghost stuck in fear

Trying to adapt
To situation
Dreaming of
Going all out
As these eyes
Takes to the sky
Wishing they could
Take this soul and fly
Without any fear at all

Visions, they are all I have
Looking past cloudy dark days
Searching for light
To beam me with warmth
And a warm hello
To build up these feelings
For better days ahead

There has to be more
Than just this
As I plead to clarity
For both of us to coexist
And be one
With the grace
Of all that is beautiful
From here to no end

So tired of this cage
May these worries
Be taken away
By the warm winds
Of change
Rearranging
For the betterment
Of every single thing

Fate, will you ever take me away?
At least for a moment
Where time could stand still
And then I could be
Where I belong
For at least
A fraction of a dream?

I was never meant to be stuck
Just take me so far away
So I can cleanse this existence
From being stuck and incomplete

Fate, Let me go!
Far away from here

Help me escape
I cannot do this alone

Fate, guide me
Where I need to be

I am tired of being stuck
Within the confines
Of my own soul

I need to cancel
My own self harming reprieve


Fate, will you ever believe in me?
Friday, February 26, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: emotional,life,fate
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Written on 2/26/21
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