A Road To Forever

A Road To Forever short poem

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A Road To Forever
A lonely road is no place to walk
All we can do is talk
The years that we spent walking together
That will last forever
Our hands will meet
Their is no need to take a seat
Because we will be walking down the road
Forever
We can’t stop even if we try
We will always be walking together
Forever
On the road we will see the past
And we will have a laugh
And that’s a fact
We love the past and eachother
We will stay on this road together
Forever -brier davis

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