Your Marquee

Maybe put on a song you like, one that brings you back. A song that ties to something bigger than just you, and only now. Float back in time, read along with me, maybe it relates. Just a poem here that I had to get out of my brain tonight. Maybe this is a song, I don’t know. I have cousins much better at this than I. Have at it boys! Just know there’s passion here, and the feeling cuts deep enough for this meager collection of words to spill out. Enjoy. What’s on your marquee?

 

The motion picture running in your mind is only for you to see.
The picture’s familiar, remember? Your name’s on the marquee.

Physically, you’re restrained, but it’s not all body, more the mind.
The will to seek, pursue, and enjoy has been lost for another to find.

Pause for a moment and get outside that zone, inverted spiral.
You taught me that here on earth, adversity follows trial.

Just STOP! Listen please, there’s never a time when we cannot learn.
Words deserve thought, even though it may be your turn.

The smile might be tied to something long ago yet time marches still.
An open mind knows there’s countless things containing a thrill.

Yes, the movie in your mind is only for you to see, you told me.
The picture’s familiar, remember? Your name’s on the marquee.

There’s been trouble along the way, but whose not there with you?
Even then is it about what’s done, or can it be that you wish to do?

Reflect if you must, find your place, and expand the zone.
Even when you close your eyes, you’re never really alone.

If the answer’s not your desire, then ask again, a different way.
Look around, maybe it’s time you’re the rock to lean on today.

Smile, let the Light wash over you, ponder not that which is ill.
An open mind knows there’s countless things containing a thrill.

The motion picture running in your mind is only for you to see.
The picture’s familiar, remember? Your name’s on the marquee.

Yes, the movie in your mind is only for you to see, you told me.
The picture’s familiar, remember? Your name’s on the marquee.

If I could I’d go back and walk with you there, to see how it would be.
This is your matinée, remember? Your name’s on the marquee.

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