kanako izumkui


Light In The Road - Poem by kanako izumkui

there is a light at the end of this road
though i do not see it i know
there is a light at the end of this road
doesn't matter how i get there
doesn't matter if i have to crawl
all i need to know is that
there is a light at the end of this road
i've worked my life away
and now it is time for me to say
there is a light at the end of this road
i'll reach it than i'll go...
go into a distant land
where light lives and shadows die
where wings and feathers are raised high
where love is everlasting and smile always shines
glitter and gold mean nothing
fame and fortune do not matter
all i need to no is there is a light at the end of this road
and thats where i'll go


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 2, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 2, 2011


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