End Of The Road - Poem by Correina MacRae
A painful past almost forgotten
A future currently on hold.
All friendship’s torn to pieces
because of stories told.
There’s no strength left inside
her heart, figures that its time to
give up, time from this world
She thinks of ending her life
before it’s too late but something
inside her tells her to wait.
To hold on a little longer,
hell what’s one more day? .
Although, she sees no point
to carry on, she waits to
find out what else she has
to take on.
Then one day her life takes
one more final turn, she
drives off a bridge. No more
pain, no more torture.
Before she dies she says
out loud, “God forgive all
of my enemies for they know
not what they have done.”
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