Piscine Kipling

Rookie (05/02/89 / On The Coast, Canada)

An Untold Vision - Poem by Piscine Kipling

I remember well what you told me then
As I ponder the past that held me, when
I was young and my mind was strung,
Naive and bitter, I only perceived
Societies’ litter, and failed to see
The purity all around, but now this
No longer grips me, when I listened
To your words half-spoken, my thoughts
Were unbroken as I delved down deep
Inside to find meaning in every
Soothing sentence, words of wisdom
And now embodied ideals that make me
Feel too real, uncollected thoughts
All seem to connect back to the themes
That you had told me, nothing is lost
To every anger arisen or selfish deed
Done, now that I live this way, content
and full of optimism, today I stand in perfect
Bloom, and with age I will become the man
I envision for myself, one that's inspired
By the life you lead and the reason you died

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 3, 2010

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