Waving by at me a face,
A face of an infant, which makes me weak and debilitate,
Flushed, I turned my face away.
He touched me and asked me the way,
I wonder why me he interrogates,
I hanker to push him away,
In a flash he disappears,
But, now he appears everywhere.
No fears or images, shadows to hover,
Ubiquitous he protects me
An insignificant part of my life,
You strut and I care less,
You don’t overwhelm me or overtake me,
I don’t get hankered by your questions,
Nor do you pose a challenge to my mind,
Im free like a bird that crosses boundaries
Flies miles to cover it’s next destination.