Lenny Orlando Camacho


An Exodus (And Unfinished Story)


LEAVE this mortal vessel once
leave it a short moment behind
leave it to visit the moon and the stars

then, as hard as later you may try
you may never want to take it back
for then you'll be able to cross the skies
to flee to new horizons in a thought
to embrace a new kind of freedom
and the new dimension given to your eyes
will all of your ideas and feelings occupy.

Submitted: Friday, November 01, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 01, 2013
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astral limpin', trippin', or concoctin' as a friend once took on calling this kind of experimenting experiences

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