Yawning Way Too Much

    

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     I’ve grown sick and tired of Los Angeles…again, and I realize that moving back here was a huge mistake.  Back in 2002, I had this choking feeling that wouldn’t go away, and I knew it was time to pack up and live someplace else for a while. So, off to New York I went. I figured if I moved back to L.A. after having been gone for 5 years, my perspective on this city would be refreshed. Obviously, I was wrong with this oddball philosophy. Not one to wallow in regret, I’ve decided that moving back to New York is what I need to do. It seems like everyday in L.A. is the same hum drum routine, and I miss the life that I once had. As of lately, I find myself yawning way too much. Everyday shouldn’t be exactly the same.

‘To the East’

Where the sun rises

And new beginnings grow,

I look to the East for renewal.

And in doing so,

I’ll begin to plan my new life journey.

A light shining bright in my eyes.

A spark.

A bit of magic that You bestow upon Me.

With your every touch, I glow

And in your warmth I’m forever elated.

To the East, I seek a new inspiration.

One to make me come alive again.

From your lips to mine

You gave me the breath of life.

And for that I’ll remain grateful.

Where the sun rises

And new beginnings grow,

I look to the East for renewal.

And in doing so,

I’ll begin to plan my new life journey.

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