I walked a lonely road one time And knew not where it went. And never guessed til I’d arrived- How bad the time was spent. The turns and twists were hard to bear- The grades I found too steep- At last I found that I was there And hung my head to weep. I found it best to travel light And left my friends behind. I feared that they would slow me down- Or share what I would find. I dared not have someone to love- She’d slow me in my quest- They say the one who runs alone- Is he who runs the best. Ah, I arrived! My journey done- I stood there broken hearted. And what a fool, life’s race to run- Then wind up where he started. But years are gone, and all the dreams Which make a life worth living- We learn too late…our futile schemes You only gain through giving.
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