When I was a child,
I wanted to be so much more,
the thought was so dilute,
that everything seemed possible.
Then came the summer of youth,
a time to acquire umpteen information,
and recast it to the world as knowledge,
so i may find my place in the vividness.
It will be an understatement to say
that I know nothing
but unveiling the usefulness of what learned
might pave the way for times ahead.