One day I was sitting in a coffee shop checking my mail and doing some work with deadlines approaching very fast. The was no outlet to charge my laptop and as a result of that, it died.
I thought if I used my iPhone i could just transfer the information at a later stage but that died as well.
I often sit in this shop but only for the free wi fi most of the time.
I took out my notepad and began to write this note because i am young and we as young people are so consumed with technology that we tend to forget the simplicity of life.
I really began to take in my surroundings and was pleased with the amazing weather , the beautiful people and the beauty of nature.
Within you, within me.
Note number one
Of a hopeful many more to come:
I want you to close your eyes to see,
The striking images that we fail to see,
Within you ,
To see that I am not blinded by these four walls of my world.
Circular movement beyond what meets the eye,
I linger deep within myself.
Searching for the gateway back to my heart.
To live and love life.
The “I use to”
As it seems that I” use to” so many things.
That is lost but needs finding,
That is blind but yearns to see,
To hear the sweetest sounds of amazing grace,
Just the melody.
I am yet to perfect the writing of letter,
Along with being forced to not faint with this darkness.
Or a beat of LG.
Completely left alone
With what I thought,
A salvaged mind of flesh,
I think I might possess,
Now being put to test.
With no good internet connection to chrome,
Or my blackberry phone.
Yes! Apply this to you too.
Do we really know?
No usage of background media!
Or is it just mystery?
Generations before are gold mines.
Whom leave golden footprints.
Ask for wisdom,
Ask the elderly how they feel about our state of currency.
We may plant a seed
With no guarantee
Of what it will be.
Sow faith like a mustard seed
For you to reap good fruit.
Water for nourishment
And feed it ,to strengthen it.
So that it may stem from its adversities of today,
Blossom to be its great fortunes of tomorrow.
Its hardships will never be against its journey.
Instead decorate it with timeless pieces of experience,
For the very long road ahead.