Remembering The Future - Poem by Daniel Muller
Once I remembered my future, I lived my past.
I took the stage and played the part
I sought, I found and won the heart
I tamed the lion,
I came to see
I sat down,
and got my cards three
I left the wagon to breath the air,
I felt the land and turned to stare.
Why would she always be there?
And still I bleed but feel no pain
The cross I sought within my hand
I dance all night and play to fight
I walk all day and then I sleep.
I sought, I fought and won the heart
And know I'm going to have been here before.
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