Lost in Sky
Lost in Sky
By Tony DeLorger © 2012
The firmament filled with ideas of life,
is a vast and endless reflection of past,
a flicker amid an eternity of what has been.
And we, stuck within our own firmament,
reflect like flashes of our own past,
as we pensively muse the cycle of life
and what we could become.
I am lost in sky, the vast abyss,
where answers tetter on the edge of my reality,
tease my fears and unanswerable questions
my soul, in its infancy, demands.
My hopes and dreams swirl above me
swept by an azure sky,
into the endless stream of beginnings,
while I am caught between two worlds
and struggle to maintain a sound footing.
The more I struggle, the more I am lost,
in the motions of perceived life,
the shallow followings of the mindless,
and soulless drones of humanity.
My heart sings with words of possibility,
cut short by the will of necessity,
the painful adjustment to conformity.
I pray for release, to be what I am.
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