BRUCE MARTONE


One Way Road - Poem by BRUCE MARTONE

I'M STRANDED ON A ONE WAY ROAD
I'M WEIGHTED DOWN
WITH MY FAITH AROUND MY NECK
AND MY DREAMS IN MY POCKET
ALONG WITH MY GIRL IN MY LOCKET
KEPT CLOSE T0 MY HEART
SO I DON'T FALL APART
APART ON THIS ONE WAY ROAD.
OH ONE WAY ROAD WILL YOU EVER END,
ONE WAY ROAD I ASK YOU
TIME AND TIME AGAIN,
NOW I HOCK MY LAST DREAM
AND SOLD MY FAITH AROUND MY NECK
JUST TO SURIVE, JUST TO STAY ALIVE
OH ONE WAY ROAD I ASK YOU AGAIN
ONE WAY ROAD WHEN WILL YOU END.
NOW I'M STILL WALKING
AS MY EYES ARE FALLING
AND I'M NOT TALKING
CAUSE MY BODY CALLING,
CALLING FOR SLEEP
SO ONE WAY ROAD WHEN WILL YOU END
ONE WAY ROAD I'M ASKING AGAIN.
NOW I SEE YOU DON'T CARE
CAUSE I BEEN WALKING, GOING NOWHERE
SO ONE WAY ROAD YOUR NEVER GONNA END
ONE WAY ROAD I WON'T EVER ASK AGAIN
OH ONE WAY ROAD.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 4, 2010



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