I wish I had a tracking device implanted in my brain-
For following my thoughts’ wild trails would be a great gain.
Perhaps I’d see the patterns that my friends can easily name
And maybe avoid those mental blocks that render writing lame.
I wish I had a tracking device in the center of my thoughts
To guide me back to reality when I fear my mind is lost.
I like to think I know myself and then to my dismay
I’ve gone and blundered once again, my reason disarrayed.
I wish I had a tracking device entwined inside my mind
To show me the way and the path to take when I am old and blind.
They say human brain is gifted beyond belief
Yet my endless mental exercises offer no relief.
I’m not perfect, and I’d never claim to be-
I’m above average at best, but I’m completely me.
I may not understand all the complexities of this life
But I know in Whom my mind can rest to still terrestrial strife