I’ve traveled a million miles on an open road with memories of home strapped to broken bones. Mama, these dreams are heavy against will that’s strong as stone, but I’ll carry these feet across the desert ground. With the moon above me I’ll hear my spirit howl. Like the wolves that run protecting their forest ground. Mama, I’m meant to roam, to let my spirit soar. High as condors above the mountaintops. I know freedom comes at a cost, but so does happiness that has to be bought. Mama, don’t you worry I’ll never get lost. I have the stars, and a thin blue line between the folds of my map. I don’t know these strangers or places I stop, but my eyes are open to the hourglass of time. Mama, I’m not scared. I know where I’m going. My destination is everywhere. Mama, don’t you worry I’ll be fine. When my cup is full, and my heart is whole I’ll follow the stars, and wander back home.
We are on the forefront of a revolution. Our generation holds the key to eternal peace. We are the rising tide, the ones that will shift the tipping point of our world. We will ride the wave to a new millennia, or let it crash against the breakwall.
We have a choice.
Be the lighthouse that shines through the storm, or repeat history in one more ****** war.
I fall away to remain together. This is my way. To hold my breath before diving deeper. To hold my bones just a little closer. This is how I know I am whole. When I have nowhere else to go. No one else to rely on. I count on my own soul. It might lead me through the snow and cold, but I know it will always lead me back home.
She’s a restless bird inside a cage with fragile bones and broken wings her eyes were pierced by her lover’s sting still she trusts though she cannot see her beak was tied by her lover’s string still she waits to be set free silently she weeps like the moon does the sea begging him please *let the caged bird sing.
I can feel her pulsing through my veins she’s a silver sun without a name her love is like a fire untamed a burning breath of summer rain she bound my heart with a silken chain and held my soul as she stole my pain her loving light hides no shame between our gaze there is no blame.