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PEACEMAKER
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since 03-11-2000
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0 posted 03-12-2000 11:51 PM       View Profile for PEACEMAKER   Email PEACEMAKER   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for PEACEMAKER

Ever day i walk
Down the same old path
Today i found something
Lay down in my way
A mountain was in front of me
A choice i had to make
On which way i was to go
To get to that same place

A week has gone
Since i made my choice
On which way i was to go
But ever time
I reach this place
I see the path goes on

I take the path
Day by day
Fear not what is ahead
For i know the choices
I have made
Was done so in my head

I fell you all watching me
Judging what i do
I know if i had followed
I would still be there that day
Pondering my problem
Which was to copy you
Standing near the mountain
Not knowing what to do


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