You live in a World that’ll grow you.

Don’t ever expect it to owe you.

But to grow, you gotta’ want to.

Influencers, the people look up to you.

For your affluence’s, don’t let either distort you.

Because the people have better views of you.

The bird’s eye view of you.

I thought My City should know, this is only wordplay and syntax flow.

But for the empty black sky above, see again what lie.

From below, like a telescope who only sees what glow.

As the individual though, we’re the Rockstar’s from below.

Only seen because us humans’ glow.

So, let the day go, this universe is for you to grow.

Did you see the Moon last night glow? I was born under it. And so were you.

But it’s unknown to a few, I was a bit too soon.

‘Twas Christmas Day, they say I was actually due.


Use it until it loses you.

If it doesn’t, it likely won’t amuse you.

But do it well enough it’ll come all too soon.

Not like I, born early in December, remember?

The holidays might be a reason for a gift to season.

But do it so well, and you’ll be fortunate beyond reason.

Lastly you should know, as that Moon last night glow, we’ll also see it go.

Like time was a foe, often soon to know.

Like some are doomed in snow,

quite early like my birthday ya know…?

Born 12-18 if you’re curious to know,

not too late for that gift, so go!

But too soon like that Moon we see go,

I was also born at 12:18 AM, just after the last full Moon of 86’ stopped it’s glow.

And so, like birth is to life, morning is to day. A bit too soon often.

But like a Full Moon won’t stay,

I’m a bit too soon for the last 2018 Full Moon, ya say..?

Good Morning World,


Feature Photo by Andrea Sonda (unsplash)

Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Budd writes to encourage readers to explore the depths of their inner ocean, an unexplored self, because it's fun once you get through the emotional part... “The world around us is our vehicle, what you'll read is how I digest it.” -Budd

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