I’m departing to an unexplored world
To quest for all but the edge of knowledge.
I’m searching for peace and wisdom
To explore the ocean of the truth.
My demeanor determines my credibility
To undoubtedly convey you to perception.
Out of great deference I have for you,
I offer my apology, if ever I horrify you.
I just want to ratify my personal integrity,
To fill the laboratory of my bared mind
With the copious amount of valuable notions
Comprised in the given conception of knowledge.
I just want to keep penetrating
The clandestine secret of the nature.
I was predetermined to find its fate,
To seek for the pursuit of happiness.
Do you ever take a little moment
To painstakingly question the beggars in the street
Trying to know if their souls have been amputated,
Or even getting a clue of they’re actually enduring?
Yet, I’m not a great philosopher,
Not even close of being a well-known savant,
But I must share to you the basic principles of life.
My mind remains not immutable after all.
The aspiration of my soul is guiding me
It’s whispering its words of wisdom to me.
It’s telling me show my cordial jauntiness
Rather than be devoid of character and morals.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.