“I WALK” By Dennis Mealor


I walk the road it was so long.

Could not believe the pavement song.

I looked ahead the street all treed,

I never knew the Walker’s Creed.

I pass by people walking on

They never look at where they’ve gone

The leafy lane, the rocks and stones

Are always waiting to be known.


I wonder why so many souls

Are gripped with grief and in the cold.

I wonder why they try and try

To lift their game, to lift it high.

We never know the feeble thoughts

That go inside each head and sorts

The chaff from treasure, the shite from shine.

I’ll never know what choice is mine.

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