Philios Sazeides


Brother


Change of route
A joker salutes
Weird nasty look
The army gets hooked

To hunt him down
It's a long way to dawn
He is known to me
But not a friend of me

Blood is pumping inside
He is not by my side
A crazy lucky guy
That I know for a while

I hope his wings are still strong
And he doesn't bother for a bong
A big castle waits for him
Every time he goes to sleep

The base is getting bigger
A builder would be eager
listen to the nice prayer
To make a circle, square

Maximus would prepare one day
to go to some bay
Sun with a gun
War will began

And worries will be gone…

Submitted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
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I happened to meet someone when i was in Mauritius...i felt something that i could not explain at that moment...so at night i was sitting in the room listening to music and i found my self with a pen and the hotels feedback form...i was writing all over the place :)

What i had in mind...lots of things but i would really love to hear what you feel, think, visualise after reading my narration...thanks

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