The Road That Leads Through Memories

July 9, 2010
By sweet_silent_surenity GOLD, Puyallup, Washington
sweet_silent_surenity GOLD, Puyallup, Washington
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Favorite Quote:
"The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved- loved for ourselves or rather, loved in spite of ourselves." -Victor Hugo-


Walking down this lonely street,
The dust churning beneath my feet.
I walk throughout this empty path,
Facing silent, desolate wrath.

Chasing down my memories,
Images locked and lacking keys.
The shadows leapt against my soul,
My heart and thoughts, no longer whole.

The pieces fall behind my walk,
And trailing behind, continue to stalk.
I’m reminded with reminisces of the past,
And how each step should be my last.

The insistent pounding in my head,
Reminders of fate, and how it bled.
Of what could have, should have been,
Repetition of treacherous sin.

I sit down, on the street side,
With no where to run, nowhere to hide.
I sit while dreams come fourth to haunt,
And wait, for I deserve they’re taunt.

Looking up and into the sky,
Just trying desperately to get by.
Walking this road that continues on,
Tainted by darkness, but I see dawn…


The author's comments:
well, I think, this being written when I was in 9th grade, that i meant it to be describing scool. How I was so fed up with it and couldn't wait for summer.

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on Aug. 8 2010 at 8:36 am
Egyptiangirl13 GOLD, Kansas City, Missouri
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Favorite Quote:
\"either write something worth reading or do something worth writing. -Benjamin Franklin

\"If columbus would have turned back, no one would have blamed him. No one would have remembered him either.\"

\"If music be the food of love, play on.\"

i absolutley love this!! aweom ejob!! i love how you wrote this in such a dramatic yet smooth way!! it has a great flow and is a treat to read:) i really really like this -great job!! please check out some of my work if you get the chance! i th ink you would like 'words unspoken'


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