The world is a small place.
Of small minds, small proportions
And smaller horizons.
Archaic skeletons to hold youthful souls.
Twisted walls to confine soaring spirits,
And so an old world lives on in a new time.
Skies there are, to reach, to conquer,
The means, not so open.
Souls and skeletons. And the skies are left alone.
New flames, pure thoughts,
Flights of fancy, fester for the lack of fuel.
A soul of gigantic proportions is conceived,
And left to suffocate in a world too small to hold her brilliance.