Coming from nobody,
I was but an afraid little boy.
Ambition or desire meant nothing to me,
And like a mouse I hid in my little corner.
Anger and torment embedded,
While lashing out at the weakest things.
In my youth I was an afraid little boy,
But my deepest desire was to express.
When you express your thoughts,
You can free yourself from torment.
With words meld with your purest thoughts,
and exposing yourself help break away from individual personal chain,
Truly those who can look at their weakness,
They can break away from their fears,
And loving one self is the first step in healing.
My empty ambition became thirsty,
And then the emptiness became desire.
I dared ambition to consume me,
And desire to take me with vengence.
No longer that little boy afraid.
See I was never free however,
Because being Korean meant family first,
But if the king was a fool?
What is love?
Better yet what is living?
Is it true vile, greedy, arrogant people live on,
But those innocence is the very first casualty?
I could not be afraid little boy no longer,
I must become a man with his dreams,
And hunger to want everything.
When I moved from Minnesota to Kentucky,
I knew no one, and had any clear vision.
I just knew if I restarted fresh from where I stood, life would open up for my conquest to reach my goals.
So here I stand in my kingdom, with fortress in developement,
For now I am the Lord of my initial dream.
I came to Kentucky as a nobody, knowing no one, but been recently promoted to STS of Kentucky market! Do dare dream and seek, for not all your work will be in vain. All those long hours, and those time travelling paid off!