‘Fore me, came forth friendship
Of great virtue; a complimentary.
Whence did it appear? Like a tulip,
A blessing: That rich pigmentary.
The life of solitude; wishing
Upon thyself a halter, no more…
Surely did not, myself diminishing,
Imagine such beauty- to the core.
Feelings O’ pleasure, that which
Giveth mountainous exhilaration
To the rejuvenating soul, a switch;
Yonder hath captured my deviant exhibition.
To this ode, I say with newfound might,
“Hope doth indeed possess the weary heart.”
For truth presents universally; a light,
So profound, so real, so hard.