AlissaMarie Unknown

Rookie (May 8th 1982 / Pittsburgh)

Road of Life


Often most things in life are
shared with the ones you love.
Memories are created, timeless masterpieces
are present all throughout the road of life.

You have your ups and downs,
like a rollercoaster you'll have
those occasional twists and turns
carrying you down the road of life.

Sometimes along that road you'll
have those moments were tears
will be shed as ones pass away.
You'll even have times were giggles
spring in the air as a new one comes
to play. But no matter the situation all
will be okay with that loved one by your
side in the road of life.

Unfortantly though somewhere in between
all the good ol' times and the bad
you loose that loved one in the
road of life.

You're left empty and sad, so
alone you seem to sulk even though
others are by your side the road of
life just is never the same again.

Yes, one day you'll see your loved one
again, yet you must wait, so you may
continue awhile longer to see memories
created and rough times worked through
in the road of life.

Submitted: Sunday, October 08, 2006
Edited: Thursday, October 14, 2010
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