I have always wanted to see,
What lies just over the horizon.
To run until I am sweaty,
And feel my skin burnt by the sun.
I love the sea, for what lies beyond,
We climb mountains just for the thrills,
Putting efforts to see and feel,
Leaving behind what drags me down.
You’ve told me that I am a dreamer,
Unrealistic goals with no hope,
But I’ve clung to it like a toddler,
With tiny hands and long tantrums.
I will do my best and show you,
That my goals are not just a dream,
Like the islands we never sailed to,
And the mountains we never claimed.