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I am taking a new approach to posting entries from now on. From today I will be stating the things that inspired me in writing a corresponding entry, and reveals its intention when needed.



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This poem was written after spending time alone contemplating on what could happen to me now that my chance of going and working back abroad is dim. It is my ultimate passion and dream ever since I was a child to go to faraway places, discover felicity and inner tranquility that I could otherwise not find close at home.

There is something in it that pacifies my spirituality and provides me inner smiles, and it is therefore my goal when I set my foot into a journey towards it. I've been to the first pace, and It felt so wonderful to be at the threshold of your dream. Just one more step and I'll be fully walking toward where the untrodden path is leading.

But then powerful forces pulled everything away from its place, forces beyond my power to control and change. And now I have to wait for it to subside, while finding ways to collect everything back into place for me to keep moving.

The distant light is still there, waiting. And so I have to keep walking...


land your feet

on the ground;


listen to the voice

of its sound;


even if it means

drifting from the world

for a while;


the distant light

is getting big.

Open up,

let your dreams

pour from the creek;

Look up,

see the stars shining down;


lift yourself

from the gouge;

Go forward,

and keep looking

straight ahead;

Don’t turn back,

but remember the road behind.

Let yourself flow

to something you believe in

Teach your heart to listen to

the zephyr of your dreams.

Photograph by Cyril Breton. Please CLICK HERE to visit the owner's Flickr page.


  1. Brosreview said...
    Simple lines and structure too. But, the impact is very strong. I loved it. I love the message here. Keep writing!!!
    septembermom said...
    Like the directness of this poem. Well done!

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