A Mind Infinite

Infinity: The Views of a Dreamer

Through The Fields

Burning in darkness,
the passion of the freed heart
Outlaw shall they brand my name,
a warrior in the spirit of justice all the same I shall proclaim
Defiantly tethered to the dream of a future unfulfilled,
a loner on the outside of the gates shall I wait for them to crash open
Spilling in the pouring rain of all consuming liberation,
a once shackled mind tunneled for freedom dramatically making it’s escape

Roads I have gone down,
twisted avenues with no end…
Hands burnt in the process,
regretting not a fickle of a moment passed by in the harsh wind
Resolutely swearing to the path of continuity,
for the road ahead is narrow and long with treacherous pits–
Passionately all the same I would never pass the chance to remain,
a soldier marching through the fields of time toward the fruits of a blossoming liberation

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One comment on “Through The Fields

  1. janetberridge
    January 19, 2015

    Makes me think of hiking a few trails! Beautiful cheers

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