Aron West


Still I Walk - Poem by Aron West

I walk this road alone, I fear
Route unknown but my end is clear

Still I walk with determined stride
No place to rest, no stars to guide
Another fork, more twists and turns
Each fork a test and lessons learned

Still I walk, thru sheer strength and will
Though my journey lies all uphill
How queer it is, this path I take
My shoes are worn, my feet do ache

Still I walk with unchanging gait
To meet the end, we all call fate
We all share such similar paths
To all an end by nature's wrath

Still I walk with unyeilding grit
Hope guides me, never shall I quit
From start to finish, from womb to rest
Cherish the Journey, for we all are blessed

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Comments about Still I Walk by Aron West

  • Freshman - 971 Points Adeline Foster (8/17/2012 1:51:00 PM)

    Yes it is a lovely poem and so well expressed. Read mine - I Have Delighted -
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  • Rookie - 3 Points Shanice Rodriguez (8/11/2012 10:08:00 AM)

    I like it, its a nice poem

    Still I walk with unyeilding grit
    Hope guides me, never shall I quit
    From start to finish, from womb to rest
    Cherish the Journey, for we all are blessed

    I like that part (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012



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