The Path of No Return
The path he took was for naught
for what he wanted can't be bought.
It led him to a lonely place,
left him with a scowl on his face.
He decided this path he must retrace
to erase the scowl upon his face.
So he returned to where he had been
and still the loneliness was within.
He found he could not be without
the one he loved, filled with doubt
that anything or anyone
could change the path where he'd begun.
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