b-LAH-que

Homebound

I'm homebound, I hope now

I've roamed thousand scenes

All alone, and I've dove down

To flow with the streams

That go where I don't know

Even row in my sleep

New dreams have grown now

At home inside me

They've shown how I've no bounds

My glowing mind free

I don't doubt my own route

That blows with the breeze

Don't go where I'm known 'round

That's no use for me

I chose the unknown grounds

That grow how I see:

A globe we call home,

New scopes that cross seas,

What's free and what's owned,

Even unknowns in me

I know I've been shown now

What I moaned to see

The places I've ached for

No more wait for me

So forth here on forward

Please placate my plea;

Past roads my race roams toward,

May home wait for me

Comments2

  • Nicholas Browning

    This is a nice read. I enjoyed it.

    • b-LAH-que

      Thanks, glad you like it!

    • orchidee

      Good write. Where ya been?! If ya hadn't told me ya is coming home, I never would have known ya had gone in the first place! heehee.

      • b-LAH-que

        Hahaha, thanks Orch



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