Asase long poem

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I awake from my slumber as beauty calls my name.
My eyes reach for the wooden roof
That rest above the clouds.
They were adjusting
From my dreams which occupied my mind
My ears are terrified
From the silence made by Mother Nature
Knocking on my door
I hear her looking through the window
To see if I’m there
But I don’t respond because I don’t know if I’m there.

I start walking towards the door
She has her web casted on me
As it lurks me to this door
This flimsy door.

I open the door to view what she has to offer
And I offer my eyes to see what she has created.
You see, my eyes are her canvas
To paint the meaning in this world

I saw a lake from afar
It’s flaunting it’s blue dress at me
Telling me to come closer for it holds a secret.
I look around and see the path, the rest before me
I see the sharp rocks that flood the empty path
I can’t turn back
Because Mother Nature locked me out of this house

I slowly make my descent down to this lake
My feet are screaming from the rocks
It feels like I am dancing on top of needles.

I have to stop though I think my feet are bleeding
I stop around newton’s tree
To see where the blood is falling from
But all I got were fruity smells tickling me

Oh crap! I lost my pair of glasses
Without my glasses I will go bananas
But Nature makes my eyes a little clearer

I finally make it to the lake
Where a dock rest my feet
It’s the morning, yet my toes feel so warm
They seem to be hugging the deck
Making me frozen still.

But you,
Mother Nature,
Grabbed my hand and led me.
All the way to the end
The end of this dock
I look behind me
And see my loved ones
Floating above the ground
And they were crying
Like they were going to miss me
Will they?

Mother Nature whispers for me to jump into the lake
So I face this lake

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