Jessica Lee Workman

(Janurary 2,1994 / born in Spokane Washington live in Post Falls Idaho)

On This Road I Walk


the road I walk on down the bright road
I see people car animals nature and me who I am somewhere
I can clear my mind think of what is really going on all around me
who my friend are and why I choose my friend as family
I like to walk on the road I walk on the side street when
I see an animal following me
looking at me with big eyes like there's something I can do
see the sun to come out to put a smile on my face I can walk on the road
always in the bright light that follows me always when I walk
so I can say that someone is watching over me on the road I walk
the rain that falls on me tells me I need to have someone close to me
the dark rain shows that something bad will happen to me or
I just have bad luck to me for ever until I do something to brighten my life
on this road I walk on the the tears that fall I look on the road I walk on
I look back on the road I see a happy smile on the road
I look up to and see that I have something that is good to me
I walk I walk on the road I walk on I will always remember the day I walk on
this road on the road I walk on

Submitted: Friday, December 23, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, January 18, 2012
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