The Elephant Mountain, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

Ready or not its matter of heart.
I decide to join the courageous.
Every breath burdens,
every sweat makes me dry.
The elephant mountain,
the beast of the wild.
Make me think who am I,
that challenge a life.
Who was I,
that said to God goodbye.
Will i be the tempted food,
or live through for dream come true.
I saw darkness pass by.
A wrong way I may be gone.
Leg trembles all the way around.
Thirst gives me a goal,
for the holy water I yet known.
And yes i made it from top to down.
The cup of smoothie taken into me,
like the high reasons fill my soul.
Got home face the choice of;
Will i be there again for the brave?
oh no, maybe..
if i can remember those promises.
Remember how life molds me..
Remember how love beckon of the kindness..
Posted: 2012-07-02 10:45:37 UTC

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