Carry Me. - Poem by hazel jackson
I feel so alone, I'm dying of hope
Would you carry me
My body feels weak,
I can't speak ….someone please, would
You carry me home.
I follow in his footsteps' until there are
None left I'm lost in no hurry to be
Found would you carry
My family, and kin all miss me
My friend I care for them and yet I have
Misbeliefs that you'll be there as long
As they have would you
Carry me home.
I find the path I stumbled off of
And I find my true friend and
I ask him would you carry me home.
Yes he applied from the way I
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