Marketa Richnavska

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Path


I chose the path of good and light
the path of truth and care
And even though the dark's in sight
I'll keep standing there

I want to be the lighthouse
for those who're new and lost
To stand against the evil
even if it'll cost

No matter how hard they will try
they won't break my mind
They'll hurt me, shake me, try to take me
And still I will stay kind.

Submitted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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This poem speaks strongly about my past, about verbal bullying. About the fact that people tried to hurt me and others around me and that I will never ever be like them and never want to hurt somebody the way they hurt me. I will never understand the people who look down on others as they are something more. I will always stand up for those who need it and who deserve it.

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