Brandon Nyandoro


Walk Away


I walk away,
Not because of hate
But of fate
Open was the gate
Please understand.

I will miss the proximity,
I wanted no publicity.
So I walk away.
Maybe if you walk your way,
You will find direction
For I seek not contradiction
But perfection.

I walk away,
Please sacrifice
For you loved to publicize.
But did I not.

You still be my dear,
As I know that you will face your fears
And tears be shed after.
Please understand that dissemination of disgrace was never meant
To be with me
Understand I walk away

Submitted: Saturday, March 02, 2013
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