Treasure Island

Jeline Loh

(6 September 1986)

The Valley Of The Alley


As I walked through the valley
The valley of life or the other
Dark and winded is the other alley
I couldn’t foretell if I even bother

The journey is such a pang
I doubt there is enjoyment
The process is far too long
If it will only bring torment

For some it is to endure
For others it is to fulfill
For me I am rather aware
That I would rather enthrall

In either alley let us will
In either valley let us triumph

Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2012
Edited: Thursday, February 02, 2012

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