Reflections on a Rainy Day

I wish I was a genius

Inventor with pure heart

I’d make a special time machine

We’d go back to the start

 

I wish I was a shaman

Connector of both worlds

I’d find the link that binds us

What caused us to un-burl

 

I wish I was an actor

The toast of film and stage

I’d know the proper way to vent

The anger, hurt, and rage

 

I wish I was a cowboy

Guitarist with smooth voice

I’d sing a soulful country tune

To new found love’s rejoice

 

I wish I was a simple man

Free from emotion’s grip

I’d hike the Appalachian Trail

Away from guilt’s cruel trip

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About Phil

Hi, my name is Phil. I’ve managed to escape the corporate world, rid myself of excess belongings, travel the country extensively in my old Winnebago, and find a new home on a beautiful barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico. I define myself as: a free spirit, a writer, a philosophical anarchist, a poet; a lover of nature, a lover of art, a protector of animals, as well as a devoted friend and partner
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10 Responses to Reflections on a Rainy Day

  1. I hear there is this Big Soul of which we are part of.. Probably we are many mirrors reflecting that Big Soul from different angles and in different ways.. What connects us i ponder, the answer i believe in is- One Supreme Artist is our Maker. We all are connected. Both worlds? It seems like two sides of an hourglass, the middle of which appears in form of life and death!But in reality Its One Big Circle, I feel, squeezed in the middle.

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  2. weapon x says:

    loved this, especially the actor portion.

    Like

  3. Stunning work. I enjoyed this a great deal.

    Like

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