Life's Long Walk

Poem By art kuttler

Sometimes, life feels like a long walk,
to the hangman's gallows, the struggles
of life's, everyday strife just to meet,
your maker in the end.
Copyright © 2007

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Nice, prophetic little poem! Well-conceived!

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