Paul the Lion

Rookie (Born in the fall of his 19th year / Comin' home to a place he'd never been before)

Countryside Utopia - Poem by Paul the Lion

Flowers blooming, rivers flowing, sunlight shining in a sky of blue
In the shade, under the willow, love is showing as I sing to you

Soft morning sunrise, blue birds chirping, happy to see few cotton clouds
Bobcats rolling, paws over ears, wishing the blue birds weren't so damn loud

Persona grata, runnin' on empty, don't give a damn when the wind blows my hair
Fragrance of strawberries, essence of snow, progress of melting in the sweet mountain air

Nowhere to go, everything to do, euphoric in the arms of Mother Nature
She don't ask and I don't answer, we lay in the grass furnished by her

Countryside Utopia, open to all you
Freedom Excursia, for those hip few

Holding our hands, running through roses, moments we'll miss
Beautiful benevolent, attractive angel, could you give me a kiss?

Feeling lovely, freedom's so easy, let me go and pick you some daisies
Come on baby, we're here finally, it's okay if we act this lazy

Stripping our clothes, losing our squareness, feeling handsome as I stand tall
Laughing hysterically, can't help but love me, bring him to reality under the waterfall

Daylight losing, crimson sunset, sparks fly down by the campfire
Lust is gaining, passion's met, eyes sparkle as I fulfill your desire

Countryside Utopia, open to all you
Freedom Excursia, for those hip few

Comments about Countryside Utopia by Paul the Lion

  • (5/9/2006 6:39:00 PM)

    *sigh* tranquility. refreshing, Paul. thanks for this. i was pretty strung out up until about 2 minutes ago (err however long it took me to read this) . k- i think you should write more like this, you seem to have a knack. best, you know, Sus. (Report) Reply

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  • (5/9/2006 6:14:00 PM)

    Heavenly, happy, what a beautiful time.

    Love, Fran xx
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 9, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 26, 2006

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