Treasure Island

Jeremy Boyd


Cloud and Fog


Lost in a sea of fog and cloud
I wander to find any way out
Endless shouts to no avail
Yet I still feel as if someone's there
Search and search for some sort of sign
That this isn't what sums up my entire life
As I lose hope and cry out unto deaf ears
I crumble and lay in a pool of my tears
Wiping my face to start my search once more
I rise and look at the puddled floor
I catch a glimpse of what felt to be
An old reflection of a past me
One lost in this vast fog and cloud
Searched and searched but couldn't see
what I had forgot about most was Me

Submitted: Monday, January 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 22, 2013

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