Description: Can you become domesticated by someone who captures you and tries to tame the person you really are inside, or will there always be that thought that you'll never be what that person wants you to be.
Away from the Wild -------------------------------------------
The world unfolds at my surprise
As the greyness of my eyes
My cage is broken
Where is my home?
This is where I lived
This is where Iíve grown.
Standing on top of a platform
Iíve never felt more alone.
The bars were my friends
They were my comfort zone.
Now that they are gone
Iím thrown in the unknown.
Iíve never been in the wild
Youíve always been my guide
Showing me the way to the stage,
With you, Iíve always complied.
But now I stand in front of nothing
And wonder what I should decide.
To be tamed just like you taught me
Or take the chance Iíve been denied.
Where to go, what should I do;
Follow the light that leads me outside.
Surprise, surprise, Iím still alive
Doesnít that make me brave?
I live where once deprived.
Manipulators have their choicest dreams when as a pack leader they surcumb the spirit of another's ego. These sojourneyers out on the edge of the wild lack determination as to what they are, thusly they rely upon the whipped escort of another to make them feel important, of which they sorely lack which path leads to their self estem without the aide of another who falls into their trap. This has always been how the worst of evil leadershave made their miserable lives seem so important to themselves. They must have the crutch of another to lean on so that they themselves can toot their obeyance to another's follow. I enjoyed how you framed the devil in his own cage in order to be yourself.
sensitive and emotional piece , showing the way you handle youeself in the world, strong thoughts as each line is detailed with precise choice of words, standing up for who you are and nothing will stop you, great poem