Solitary I appeared,
Lone I grew up, among teaming lads,
Eschewing life’s offerings,
Grave to my humanly desires,
Grew I did, but lost and sunken in my excursions’ of life,
What a man I turned up,
Raven and humane to many figurines.
I adored God’s creations,
Living as Nature’s,
Little did I realize, how marvelous inward moorings could be,
Gazing and adoring expulsions of human lives.
Bellowing through human adventures,
Rushed in to various grappling of those cherished moments,
Amongst fauna and flora, ice and mountain, water and sea,
Light and darkness, joy and sadness, accomplished and lost moments,
Happy I am, as I still seek the lost and unknown,
Through miseries and wants of human life,
Among those haves and have not.
Bewildered at the unlimited varieties of God’s creation,
Humbled at His mercies,
Wanting to seek more… and more,
Alone I walk like a lone shepherd.