Treasure Island

Kaila George

(20 October 1962 / New Zealand)

My Muse Is... GONE! ! !


Been searching for weeks as to were it went

I've walked a mile in the warm bright sun

I don't see it any where...it's just no longer there

I've walked along the shores of time

But I can't see that muse of mine

The ripples of time seam to know not were

The misfit muse that gleams my songs

I have sang to the tune that rock our world

And I've even been rocking to damned metal beat

I feel lost and alone with out it near

I seam to have lost my flare with words

Then searching either here or there

It comes running back taking on life with its dare's

Lets rock to the beat...my muse and I

As we explode into life upon our journey's of life

Never give up...if you feel lost and forlorn

Crack out the whip and lets flog that pen

It was never really lost, its just waiting for you to catch up

Ahh found it...it was here all the time...right here in my wonderful mind

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
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