In the middle of nowhere
I see windmills everywhere
The wind whispers in my ear
“Solomon, there is energy far and near”
I just can’t figure out where.
I guess a trip down nowhere
Will give you the energy to go everywhere
So never cry because you’re nowhere
Trust me, I’ve been there.
I see the storms forming above;
Yet fear I see not in your eyes.
By the day you face the darkest of fears
And the wait by night as the pain dries.
In you a ruthless Viking I see,
I see footprints all over this valley of tears.
With these words rose the sun,
The scintillating rays penetrating this dense canopy
Shining a beautiful gold upon these dark times
And as the ants came out of their hills,
The breeze in the air was gay and clear.
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So for a while now, I’ve been trying to figure out a couple of things! And last night, over a few drinks( I never get drunk, just saying ), It hit me. Quarter life crisis! I understand that for many of you thats not a thing, but it actually is! I cant quite explain it
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