Wanderer

I’m convinced cynicism is contagious,

Fascinated by people puzzles.

If you can dish but you can‘t take,

Don’t challenge me to a fun sarcasm game.

It’s in my nature to mirror whom I interact with,

I chose kind & cool, 

Over pride & ego trips.

I trust my intuition,

Before another’s opinion,

I can feel for myself.

Not all minds fit in my destination,

Sorry to the ones who’ve been left behind.

I should not be afraid to love,

And why should I be afraid to confess,

If my love is my honesty?

I have no energy for enemies,

They’re present in peace or not at all.

I know I can fight like a warrior,

When that’s what I have to be.

See my dear! In the end,

The good one always wins.

These words I say,

mean them,

Not because they sound good.

The thing about wanderers is,

We never know where we’ll end up the indefinite journey.

Swimming through a sea of thoughts,

Musicnight & the moon,

I wander off.

Through the night,

heal.

 

 By Maroof

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  1. I love this immensely… it’s as though you live in my thoughts, reading them out loud to me, proving who you are to me. And you are amazing. 🙂

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  2. Very nice poem and I like your view on life and on people. I see by your picture that you are still quite young, remember to be careful in your life, there are many wolves in lambs clothing. I wish you the best in life, stay safe, God bless.

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  3. This is absolutely beautiful to me! I remember my grief over having to leave some behind …until I learned to deeply honor my journey and theirs …have compassion for them and myself while I continue on my path. Warriors wander but on a chosen steady path!

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