Clyde Bryson

Rookie - 170 Points (December 19,1951 / Burley Idaho)

Abuse And The Aftermath - Poem by Clyde Bryson

So now I walk these loney streets
My family, they cannot dry these tears
Nor give, rest for these tired feet
Nor calm these ever present fears

For I have seen that life
Which gave those tainted hearts
And guile which makes every thing gray
And so alone in life, I seek too start anew
I look for a new way

I wanted my family to know that
And that
Life goes on no matter what
And that These truths cannot be quelled
For true memories and true love are
Never to be forgot
For within my heart they'll always dwell

So I keep walking, some lonely street
I keep searching, to find a-way
And every night as I start troubled sleep
Love's promise, for me tomorrow... tomorrow will
Be a better day

And so I awake and I start anew
Knowing that my love
Will always be there...for you

Now these words I give to honor
So that my family may share
I just wanted them to know
How much I really did care

And for love, I'd go back there
and I'd rexperience all that pain
I'd do-it in a moment
If all your love I could gain

For you are my real and only family
And this I can never forget
Nor depart
For true love, is true love
And true love will never leave
Even from me, and this broken heart


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 4, 2011

Poem Edited: Sunday, December 18, 2011


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