A Walk Alone Poem by Danzen D...

A Walk Alone



As I walked down, the road one day..
A long path stretched, along my way..
Barren, empty, wasteland, dead..
A chance to dwell, on my mind's stead

I paced the floor, the wooden floor..
Creak and squeak, the crash the roar,
Of the waves, the screeching seas,
Splash and crack, the lack of peace..

I paced the grass, the meadow green...
The tweet of birds, the pale moon seen..
The whisp'ring brook, the crackling fire..
The dripping rain, my singing lyre..

I paced the land, the barren land..
Far from the place, where I once stand..
The clatt'ring hooves, my ears now hear,
I thank my mind, for reaching here.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Nashy Lamen 02 August 2009

Don't say you journey alone.. You are not alone... We are here in every step you make... Even though you have reached your destination, take not that we were apart of every path and obstacle you made.. *tweeting of binds* hahaha.. never mind... keep writing with such strong emotions..

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Julia Pascual 01 August 2009

a deep poem, yet it's understandable... you're really good... keep it up... =)

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Lorena Cruz 31 July 2009

a beautiful one.. you're really good in what you do..

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