meagan travis

what i see

As I walk down a narrow
Path same as all leads us to
One direction all ways ended in
Death all to afraid to stare from
This path that has been lade before
Us too afraid of might be beyond
Of what might be and what might
Not I shall accept my fiat but if is
See a way to alter this path that has
Been so unfairly decided I well stare
And make my own path my own self
I will where it for all to see you must
Understand me I don’t hate you but I
Don’t love ether I don’t know who
You are not nor do you know who I am
I will tell you I am me no one else I
Refuse to be like everyone else so no
One will ever know how I am because
I am not a copy you can’t look at and
Understand I am an argental a being
With my own life my own way that
Why my body is pail and weak and I am
Dress in all black so pleas forget me you
Will despite my request I am me that
Why you look at me and not see a young
Girl but a thing that only knows pain it
Seems the sand of time have forgotten
Me so pleas do the same

Submitted: Saturday, October 17, 2009
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