I See You Walking All Alone - Poem by Patti Masterman
I see you walking all alone
Down that road, just waiting for sunset,
Shaking your head, to silence the voices;
You know, that we all have to make choices.
I see you facing pain and loss alone,
And thinking that you're the only one
Has suffered and paid, for the things that we do-
But brother, maybe the problem's not you.
Bury the corpse, and bury the lie;
Don't tie yourself to something lost in time,
Find that thing that's yours, alone
And finally you might find, you're home.
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