One Step Less

One Step Less short poem

Was a little hesitance on my part
or may be it was just some lethargy
after that long duel

Every bone inside of me ,
was screaming savagely

Make no mistake about it
I didn’t quit

They’re questioning me now
those who needed for me to fail
They overlook all the miles
I put, before that last obstruction

Couldn’t really understand
Why i was promenading the road
So i took a detour .

One more step ??
NO !!
you always say that .

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A Straight-Edge Musical PsychopathJust trying to be human , & to make and be happy !!!!!and i write ..............!!X!!
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