Treasure Island

Wallis minten


The road that never ends


Long I have traveled, down this road
And still I don't know where it goes
It doesn't have any signs
The ground around me is always dry
I walk down this road, never resting
I try to see the end, but there's no ending
This road is long, but it is not safe
For as I travel to place to place
I sometimes have to climb up hills
Never is the wind ever still
In some places the road is rough
Sometimes I feel it's all too much
But even so I walk on to a place
That one day will determine my fate

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013

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  • Phyllis Strong (3/25/2013 12:09:00 PM)

    We all have a destiny and the road has signs; but do we pay attention to the signs. Yes this road will come to an end, we don’t know when. (Report) Reply

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