Amouta Stardancer

Rookie (september 20,1991 / Connecticut)

All I Want - Poem by Amouta Stardancer

Somebody find me,
I want to be looked for,
somebody look for me,
I want to be found.
I’m lost,
and I’m lonely,
and I don’t know who I am any more.
I want to be free,
I want to be happy,
in the shining sun,
in the moonlit night,
I want to dance,
and know I’m beautiful to someone.
I want to see the world,
I want the world to see me,
but I want to be found first,
I want an anchor,
in the stormy seas of my mind,
and a string to keep,
the kite that I am,
tied to the earth.
I want to fly,
I want to run,
I want to dance,
in the beautiful air,
and feel the wind,
rush over me.
I want to be in the ocean,
and under the stars,
and on the mountains,
and in the arms of someone I love,
all the while.
In the arms of someone,
who knows me,
who knows who I am,
who’ll hold my kite string,
and let me fly,
someone who,
is surely good at finding things,
when they’re lost,
and want to be found,
who thinks I’m beautiful,
like the rain and the sea,
and the moon and the stars,
and makes me feel that way,
that’s all I want,
I am here,
my wonderful knight,
my lover,
my man,
and I’m waiting,
and I’m breaking,
and I need you,
to see me to find me,
to love me,
and finally to set me free.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 16, 2008

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