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Liam Hughes

Rookie - 56 Points (25/03/1991 / Bedfordshire, UK)

It's A Hard Road


I jumped on the train
I left this old town
I escaped the rain
I'm no longer down
The wheels start to turn
My worries are gone
I have lots to learn
About the trail that I'm on
As I look around
I see my new friend
I know I am bound
To travel till the end

I'll travel south and I'll travel north
I'll travel east and I'll travel west
I just want to find the road that is best

The train it did slow
I'm in a new place
The moonlight does glow
On my tired face
It's time for me
To try and find a bed
It's time for me
To rest my weary head
Morning is here
There's sorting to do
I'll sound sincere
With my goodbye to you

I'll travel south and I'll travel north
I'll travel east and I'll travel west
I just want to find the road that is best

It's time to move away
I'm not satisfied
I've spent many a day
Finding a place to reside
There's a town on my mind
It's just down the track
No need to find
A way to get back
The train I will get
Sitting at the station
The future is set
I feel anticipation

I'll travel south and I'll travel north
I'll travel east and I'll travel west
I just want to find the road that is best

Submitted: Friday, September 14, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: travel


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  • Rookie Gogo Amin (5/14/2013 7:55:00 PM)

    flame raised their to give light all over the sea but this wasn't enough cause that was just a generator to see your real doubts out off... one soul fight was long time ago to get what? then another their to get what else? do not you get it this gift is limited you just left and he gone and i am setting writing all my life about death
    every where... let me give you the question (do you have sexual relations before? oh you are dead! ! ! ? what? ya you did nothing in your life... good good good so i believe the matter of believing or not in soul issue is mine only too... my believes concerns me only and my god. thanks devil... sign (old narrow dark road) strange creature... (Report) Reply

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