The Never Ending Road

November 5, 2011
By Supersweet77 BRONZE, Houston, Texas
Supersweet77 BRONZE, Houston, Texas
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I thought I had nothing.
I thought I had to walk this road alone.
I look ahead, seeing no end.
But I turn back, I see you standing there.
Smiling, encourage me to go on.
I thought about all the times you were there.
I thought how I never done the same for you.
I'm sorry.
Now your gone, I didn't even get to say "Thank you"
But I know you're still there.
Cheering me on, until I reached the end.
Wait for me.
I'll be there with you one day.
But I until I get there, I make you proud.
I love you.

The author's comments:
When I wrote this poem I was thinking of my grandfather. He left me a couple of years ago. I am always thankful to him I miss him a lot. When my road ends, I will see him again. But for now, I will live my life happily and make him proud. :)

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