So, I WALK – A Poem

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I’ve walked along rugged paths with no end.

Along some of the rockiest of roads,

With beautiful colors of flower groves.

With dust-filled eyes and a mouth like cotton.

Eyes beholding what time had forgotten.

Thorns on bushes, stabbing like sharp knives.

I gaze at the sky and increase my stride,

Such beauty. Oh, where does it all begin?

 

Life is a highway, a journey of maps.

A river wild, easily accessed traps.

Often uncovered, untapped and untouched,

Not always good, but sometimes just enough.

Tumbleweeds blowing in the gentle wind,

So, I walk this journey from start to end.

Written by: Jasmine D. Parker ©

 

 

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