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for a friend

by Kimberly Bauer

No strings, no ties, I must be free to fly.
Down to try anything once or again,
To let live or let die.
The king of Charm.
Everyone loves me.
But no one has a clue.


I can't be like them.
I can't be good.
I can't be enough.

I'll never belong.
But should I be forced to try? I see beyond the facade of humanities dull mindset I am not bound by the fickle possessions that define these souls I, and only I,control my inclinations and I move with the sea that I was born beside. I will not belong or even attempt to be like them I have no need to hide

I Move from state to state or oversees,
Not even soil can claim me.
Living the unorthodox life of a 21st century gypsy soul.

The twisted mix of talent and refuge.
Of achievement and personal solace.

I am not a mouse in a maze.
I refuse to play.

03/27/2011

Author's Note: for a friend, about a friend. not finished yet.

Posted on 03/28/2011
Copyright © 2020 Kimberly Bauer

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Charlie Morgan on 03/28/11 at 09:47 AM

...you gypsy soul, you...when i was like you, i got mired in the way of most; spelled party-pawwwteee, and there were no clocks. mine[gypsy spirit] was quelled by my needs to marry and be Father Knows Best...love your quest,vicariously i live it...

Posted by Elizabeth Jill on 04/08/11 at 02:17 PM

The way you wrote this, I am there, feeling it. I've been through this, too - it never seems to really brush off like we'd hope, the feeling of *not good enough*. Sigh. This poem is beyond good.

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