Richard Kent

Hallways - Poem by Richard Kent

Along the darkened hallways of life I walk.
Pictures on the walls reveal the past mistakes.
The struggle to reach the light at the end of the
Though footsteps from the light I fall....
and must return to the lessons on the wall, only to start
the journey again.
Trying to understand the lessons of life.
Trying to learn from them, and not ignoring them.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 7, 2003

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