Daniel Richards

Rookie (09-11-1982 / London, England)

Being An Extraordinary Man - Poem by Daniel Richards

Being an extraordinary man,
I can never have an ordinary day
I may live a life seemingly devoid of a plan
But it’s not your place or life too say

You hate my mind you hate my views,
Too you I’m nothing just something worthy to loose
But I’ll have my own way in my own time
When I step out of your lullaby paradigm
My stars will shine

Digging in you life, too throw at me abuse,
But you will see in time, I was the one with the magic mind,
But when that time arrives, too late will be the hands to turn back to what was yesterday,
You’ll remember me as that passer by
But now I’ve gone
Yes I’ve gone that magically minded passer by
Yes it was me

So when you loose you paradigm and life’s real face comes and bites from behind
Remember me and my magic mind the man, whose life was devoid of a plan,
Looking back from cloud nine when you think of the image of me you painted in your mind,

I was just that passer by and like you paradigm I’ve gone without a good bye

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 4, 2009

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