andrew gemmell


the long road


im at the start of the road again.theres
gonna be many stops and sights to be
seen on this long road.some beutiful others
maybe no so beutiful.is it gonna be a long
dark road.i hope for a road full of lights and
wonders to be marvelled.ill travel the road no
matter what it looks like dark full of lights both
roads can change in an instant and ill always
be there ready for the change.the road to love
is unpredictable and can be a challenge but
ill take every challenge on that road.

Submitted: Monday, September 07, 2009

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