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In my well worn silver tipped boots

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In my well worn silver tipped boots

The road I walk is rugged narrow and 
The road I see is straight wide and 
I never lose sight of my future.
My future of an easier walk,
And easier times
I accept my challanges and criticism 
from others.
Others who tend to give up easily
And others who accept failure as an 
everyday accomplishment.
I see struggles and concur them, walk 
over them, and leave them - in my 
If I can forget of these things, why 
can't you?
Why must you wish Un happiness to fill 
your happiness?
Watch me walk upon my road, each me 
sink, fall, and get battered.
Watch me learn from all these things 
from the now past.
Only to build a more smooth and easy 
way of life.
Watch me learn from all these things I 
teach to you.
Watch me walk down this rugged road so 
yours may not be so bad.

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  1. Date: 9/1/2012 5:34:00 AM
    A strong and very well written poem Krys. We forget so quickly .... where is the compassion in life. Have a nice weekend. oxox huggs Anne-Lise :)