Come Home - Poem by Leigh Ladd
I will draw you a map,
If that is what you need.
With the path you are on,
You need to take heed.
There is no need to be scared,
You are always welcome.
I know you got lost,
Went in the wrong direction.
The world looks tempting,
It may even give you a treat.
Pay attention to your adventure,
In the end it will be bittersweet.
When the road gets too rough,
The lies and deceit are extreme,
Your pillow is still on the bed,
Come home and lay next to me.
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