The first-born view
In front of the south gate,
the platform shows a change –
nature made room for a city.
I miss the green grass smile at me,
and my heart longs for the first-born view.
Sitting on the edge my feet swing,
on the angelic melody that soothes my soul.
Discomfort is born out of fear,
preventing my heart to settle down,
for this view is more than I ever saw before.
Searching for stability in this dizzying sight,
Your eyes interlock with mine,
and Your smile sends a heartwarming invitation.
Standing at the top of the stairway,
I wonder if I can let go,
of everything I ever knew.
Born in the first-born view,
is the request for change.