No Place for Gold or Silver

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Just a poem about a loss of innocence and the feeling of rejection put in a pleasant way.

Submitted: May 19, 2008

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Submitted: May 19, 2008



"No Place for Gold and Silver"

-Life is an ocean, vast and seemingly limitless. Aware of it's abysmal size and strength we are repeatedly apprehensive towards its neverending possibilities. The world in which we have created is one full of mandatory decorum that only results in the restraint, or even enslavement of ourselves to one small instance of our nature. Life is a pilgrimage, a journey from the moment we are born, to the day we expire. The vessel in which we travel a ship, for what else could travel the ocean. Pirates of this universe, of this realm, of Earth. We each have our own unique patterns embroided on our captured Gold and Silver. This treasure is our capabilities, our talents and passions. But with the regulations we've put on our lives today, there is no place for Gold and Silver. Individuality is being epitomized by the day. So I say farewell to the customs and ways we have created. I set sail to new harbors and ports looking for those who will gladly except my Gold and Silver. I sail towards the future, and into the sunset.


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