Marc Robinson

Point Of Origin

From something I see,
To something I hear.
From something that happens to me,
To something that happens around me.
From the point of origin.
A word,
And then a sentence.
I can delve into fantasies,
Or be as honest as I wish.
I can let out my inner most feelings,
And worries.
I can let my imagination runaway with an idea.
And from that I can move into a world of imagination.
Create a world where I am safe.
And act out scenarios.
The liberation to be so free.
To say all that I wish to say,
To feel able to let go and not care.
And all I need is just that point of origin.
Be it a feeling, or a thought.
A song, or something I view.

A word then a sentence.
From any point if origin.
To be free to create anything is wish,
And say all I ever want to say,
And let out all that I want to be freed.
All I end is a word, then a sentence and a point if origin

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 13, 2007
Poem Edited: Friday, February 25, 2011

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