Stay the Course for Greener Pastures


How can one thing be another?

Why can’t sulfer smell like pine (with a hint of ripe tomato) or a breeze that brings the sea straight back to memory?

Wasted is the clutter of emotions left behind, never to remember who we felt them for.

Insted of going Sunday driving, read a book – sit on the couch,

Do a wash or two for Tuesday; you think it’s best to look your best and feel more dignified.

Spend your time in cloud-nine airport, release your clutch with the piece of mind,

That today’s as good as any – tomorrow may not be there, for your loved ones to gain knowledge of a simple point of view; we all choose the folks we grow with – every new day bringing with it perfect latitude.

The answer to my questions are around a beaten bush,

It is here we lace our bow’s with arrows pointing straight at who we’re meant to be with.

A path or two less taken are regrets I hope not hold,

When breathing yeilds exhaustion, ironic portraits are both bought and sold.

Andrew Miller, 2005


One Response to “Stay the Course for Greener Pastures”

  1. This is great Andrew, you inspire!

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