Road Of Change
As I look back at that land
All I can see is the shadows
Memories I had left in the past
Overflowing the valley once white with snow
Snow is nowhere near for reason of change
The black fog in the way of sight
And blinding of thought
I cannot look back any longer
I must move on from here
Down this road full of confusion
Off to a fresh green garden waiting
Just sitting there for me
Can I make it that far?
I already gave up too many times
Sat down waiting for an angel
But no angel came
Can I do this on my own?
I must find a way
I canít stay stuck here for too long
The vultures are coming
And itís not safe here in the open road
Theyíll surely have my head
I must go on now
A little further down the road
A little further to my destination
And a little further away from the past
Which I must leave behind for good
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Cass (126.96.36.199) -- Thursday, January 4 2007, 11:51 pm|
drop the 'for good' at the end other than that its awsome. if you still dont know what you want to do with your life, publish a book Shakesphere! cuz your great at this stuff and you really seem to love it. trust me you would touch a lot of people so you better hurry up and get this stuff copy wrighted.
|miztrebor (188.8.131.52) -- Sunday, February 18 2007, 01:07 am|
Shakespeare, not Shakesphere, just to be knowledgeable for the next time i talk to you. lol, no hard fellings
|Cassandra (184.108.40.206) -- Tuesday, March 6 2007, 01:27 pm|
Some people spell it the other way too, I just looked it up. I did a report on him once and it said that it was spelled both ways but Shakespeare is the most common. God knows I have read or at least seem 90% of his stuff b/c I love him to death lol!
|Miz Trebor (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, March 6 2007, 04:40 pm|
I honestly never knew that there was more than one way to spell it. But thanks for informing me. You learn sumthing new everyday...mostly everyday lol
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