I have published these two poems before on a website, but I eventually erased it. The reason behind this decision is because I changed my mind and decided it should rather be posted right here in my blog.
So without further ado, these are my two poems that I’ve written about a year ago. The first poem is called Wanderlust and the second one is The Mind of a Beggar.
Leaving footprints, I shall depart
from my home and friends apart.
Yonder I shall seek to see through,
the horizons could be blue.
Alone as I to take the world;
let the road itself unfold
for a long journey has begun
under from a scorching sun.
What to see and who will I meet?
The world is as big and steep.
Many of the mountains to climb,
whatever maybe to find.
The Mind of a Beggar
Darkness as I gazed upon the world
of ever living shadows of life.
I must walk these steps of winter’s cold
alone, unnoticed, without a strife.
Sorrowful tears I have shed for me —
for years! Yet not a soul took pity.
Oh why do I live in misery?
Why must life be part of cruelty?
I have nothing else; nothing to go
nothing of purpose for me on Earth.
I should be buried six feet below
to avoid this everlasting hurt.