Robert Kumpf

(Gladstone, OR, USA)

Eternal Youth - Poem by Robert Kumpf

Because I'm here and seen it all, makes some blind to the fall
Never lie, just twist the truth. Prices paid for eternal youth Stayed right here but traveled far, wandered by a shooting star
Dreamed of one who astray was led. Love and anger, felt not said To myself back again, rainy days, fair-weather friends
Know it all yet speak no sooth. Prices paid for eternal youth Try my best to carry on, sometimes right and always wrong
Next to you I saw the truth. Prices paid for eternal youth
Priceless paid. Eternal youth.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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