Adam Smitherman

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A Thousand Miles. - Poem by Adam Smitherman

Why don't you walk a thousand miles in my shoes.
And while you do that I'll sing you the blues.
Let you see my life through my eyes.
See all the lies.
See me living desperatly wanting to just end me!
Through life their's hardships.
And then their's those moments.
When you just wanna hold them.
But they just keep on walkin.
You don't know that kind of pain.
When everyday is the same.
And you're covered by a cloud of rain.
And every relationship is the same thing.
But you're about see.
How life was for me.
So go ahead walk a thousand miles.
And live through all my hard lived trials.

A thousand miles.
Is all it takes.
To see someone elses view.
Just walk in their shoes.
Live through their life.
And to the moment that you take out that
knife and make a decision that might end your life!
A thousand miles.
To live through their trials.
And live their way.
And all the times that they prayed!

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 20, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 21, 2011

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