jess jayne


I Walk This Path


I walk this path,
Alone as I always have,
I walk this path,
Frail, and falling apart.

I've walked this path,
For many years,
It's not like a normal path,
This path I walk,
Is cracked, and broken.

I made this path brake,
This path was once straight,
I could used to walk,
And not stumble, and fall.

Take a look at this path now,
It's broken, into the dark,
This path I walk,
Has caused me to fall.

I still walk this path,
Frail and falling apart,
This path has no bends,
It's just a one way road to hell.

This path has caused,
Many hearts to brake,
This path has caused mine,
To fall apart.

I once walked this path,
Frail and falling apart,
But today,
I walk this path,
Broken, and allready dead.

I've just been looking for a way,
To survive.


(12th july 2011)

Submitted: Thursday, July 14, 2011
Edited: Thursday, July 14, 2011
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