Navigation



How will I know the path I must follow?
If where you once sat is now hollow,
I don't know, do I go left or do I go right,
Is it better to drive in the sun or at night?
Ya, I'm wishing that you were still here,
To make my paths, instructions clear,
So, I close my eyes to think, I feel the winds breeze,
Praying to GOD "Lord will u give me a sign please".
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Written on May 21, 2024

Submitted by Lacey,J on June 10, 2024

Modified by Lacey,J on June 11, 2024

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Scheme AABBCDEE
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 354
Words 84
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 8

Jonathan A. Lacey

I'm a single father of 3. I've been writing since 2004 and have over 490 poems so far. I was adopted at 15 years old and from there love, I found mine in poetry. more…

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