If There Be Poem by Hell Farya

If There Be

1.
Buried deep in own thoughts.
Hath there other worlds away from mine,
Dost they know that which I was taught,
Or nap out their eye at the wink of the sun,
If there be a world out there,
It shan't escape the swing of my lasso.

2.
If there be,
One out in the wild that knowest me not,
In the morning shall I saddle in search of him,
Down the ever mountain and daring valleys,
Never shall I leave this world unnoticed,
If there be a world out there,
To it's perilous brink I'll transverse.

3.
If there be,
Yet another who did,
Who dost know me but acknowledge me not,
Her gaze I promise to make affix,
Across the universe my deeds shall be written,
Like a trauma, she shalt carry the signage,
If there be a world out there,
For my encroachment it awaits.

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
To better understand this piece, let's look within ourselves. How satisfied have we ever been, haven't our desires been increasing. Our character in the poetry sought knowledge beyond the unknown, then he so desires to etch his name across everyone's mind without minding the peril. The increase in his desires are portrayed by the addition of extra line in each verse.
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