Mathew Lewis

Rookie - 0 Points (07 March 1987 / Cape Town)

Let Us Fight - Poem by Mathew Lewis

Find a beach with a distant memory
Embroiled within the sand,
Find all the little pieces,
Fit them together, and
Make it better, make it right,
Let us join the legions of the rosewood army,
Let us fight, let us fight, let us fight.

Oh we'll go you and me to that place
Where there is no fear dread or hate,
We'll find the beauty find the space,
But never the same place.

Forget the quiet sanctity of four walls and a roof,
This is more than that will ever be,
Forget the support of a floor,
It prevents the soul from being free.

The earth, the water, fire, air,
This is the death of them all,
We need them not, not where we'll be.

Find a beach with a distant memory
Embroiled within the sand,
Find all the little pieces,
Fit them together, and
Make it better, make it right,
Let us join the legions of the rosewood army,
Let us fight, let us fight, let us fight.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 2, 2011


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