James Darwin Smith II

Gold Star - 6,649 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Serving A Gratitude Of Time In Prism - Poem by James Darwin Smith II

Send a prism to vanquish harrowing dreams
A multi-coloured bevy of a peaceful transfusion
Through the bloodstream of what shall be untamed
In the wildest dreams that shall come bearing new light

Seek and take it all in
Breathe the open air of tomorrow’s blessing
Try new things in a life so wonderfully open
I am here to seize all things acrostic
In the quest of solving the mysteries of new way of living

A peaceful endeavour is coming
Feel the warm breeze blowing in
Capture the essence of this magical journey
Becoming something even bigger than ever imaged
By an experience so huge that it will never truly sink in

Let me do all of my best,
To add upon this prism built of love and acceptance
An experience woven by my own slumbered meditation
Where the depth of it all has yet to become fully reached

Help me solve this puzzle of love
I cannot help but see your face forming together
What aspect may this truly come from?
Now I await like there is no tomorrow

Still, I have great faith in knowing,
I am being directed the right way
Come forth; let us share in the celebration of a brand new day

All these colourful visions so vibrant
Let us take them all in
I can no longer be a mystery
Revealing myself in the name of love
However it shall be revealed onto me

A prism of hope will soon be the achievement of vibrant dreams
I can see it so pristinely in view

So what does this all mean?

My intuition I feel is growing
Yet, where shall it spread from here?

Will the great unknown finally be revealed?
Or did it know what was happening all along?

Sweet sweet prism, Take this fear away from me

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Written on 7/4/13

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 4, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, July 5, 2013

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