Tyler Dee


The road


Somewhere in my life i took a wrong turn
i ended up lost
there is no turning back now
This road consumed me
my very soul
Somewhere in my life i was forced down a road
this road has struck me many blows
and has saved others
my life for their's
my happiness for their's
They are the road which consumes me
i find ways off this road tho they are not for me
others take these roads
where as i stay on this one
alone
pained
Somewhere in my life this road ended up as my home
it has become my salvation
my pain
my joy
my hell
sometime long from now this road will end
where do i go then
do i turn and walk back down it
or is that where i fall
my life forced down this road
my life ends on this road
i have no hope
no love
i am a lie
this road has ruined me
i am no more
only 'he' remains

Submitted: Sunday, January 25, 2009
Edited: Sunday, January 25, 2009

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