I browse through maps
To forget where I am
I see cities from far and wide
though a set of satellite eyes
With nothing else in mind, I roam
Freely, at any time, undisturbed.
I search for a new place, one at a time
To forget myself, one block, at a time
The blue dot where I stand: invisible to the eye
Am I searching too far? A wild dream
Made convenient, should be easy to find
But this whole lays only within
My screen, mind, and time.
Yet I’ll browse through maps
to find, who I am.