Millions of Miles

I think I've done it.

I've crossed boundless mountains;
Submerged the deepest seas.

I kept hearing what it's like:
Where others come from;
From whom they've seen.

I've heard the languished voices,
And felt the cool in the breeze.

I've held the notion of enduring seas;
On the course of millions of miles;
Just a small spec upon the saturated hills.

But now I think I've done it.

By crossing the veiled curtain,
With specs of light touching my face,
And the mountains of warmth joining my hands.

There's another future waiting there for me.