Anthony Levitt

Rookie - 21 Points (21.04.1983 / Bromley)

'll Find A Way Forward


I thought I had got it, i thought i had won, ...
but then I realised that my pain... it had only just begun...
I took so many routes, some not right,
but each time i came found the next crossroads even if it meant I had to fight...
Alas all in vain, as i come to the same place again and i think for a bit, tired, sad really tried to make the all the answers to my questions fit...

I'll find a way forward, I know what i must do...
Just stick to a different path, one you feel is true...

So i gather my will, and focus my eyes on the land, it's true that sometimes history repeats itself and things don't go to plan....
I must go on and see where i go, maybe this time i should take things slow?
A few days pass and i'm sure i'm on my way, i'll get there soon is all i seem to say..
But alas once again i cry out in vain, I'm back where i was.. AGAIN? !
How much more can i take? ! Somehow please have mercy for goodness sake! ! !
Then I remember:

I'll find a way forward, I know what I must do...
Keep on moving, dont stop... otherwise I'm through...

Truthfully I don't know where, to go or what to do It seems all the same,
prehaps somebody considers this kind of torture a game? !
Whatever the truth I'll do as before...
try a different path and hope.... no actuly, ... this time I'll be sure...

Submitted: Sunday, March 28, 2010
Edited: Sunday, March 28, 2010
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