Alexander Foald


(born) Into The Wild - Poem by Alexander Foald

Troubled by the measure
Of these days and hours
Clocks ticking around my head
As I'm listening to my dread

Walking on the ocean
Can't believe any suggestion
What's the meaning of all this
If they just become a form's sake

Gradually, everything comes to an end
And the moon will never be alone again
'I promise I will be there for your honor, '
Crush this faith and tramp to a boner

Long distance and this big world
Indigenous kid with a reason to fall
Love fools, but nothing is more essential as such
You laugh on something, do you really know that much?

Into the wild, my friend, into the wild
Into the quietness of a broken heart
No rules, no people, no meretricious kindness
No laws, no fools, no fake pictures and proneness
Just you, me and our honestly beautiful thoughts

Into the wild, my friend, into the wild
Leave behind all the trigger sound and crap
Feel the freedom like the raging waves of the ocean
See the freedom like the falling moisture on the plant
Just you and me, and ourselves in the rest of time

(Inspired by the movie Into The Wild)


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 26, 2009



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