Alfredo Parra

A Very Thin Line - Poem by Alfredo Parra

All I Ever Wanted
Was A Helping Hand
But No Matter How Much I Reached
Alone I Would Stand

But No One Ever Reached
Just Was Always Happy To Take
But Knowing Karma Teached
The Bullets Turned Their Way

The Bullets Symbolizing
That Death Is Near
And The Trigger Representing
The Pull Of Some Ones Fear

They Will Run Towards You
When They're End Is Rough
And Turn Their Back On You
When Your End Is Up

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 14, 2009

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