Ruffled thoughts


I’m a mind of my own

Living in a world all

paved with roads made of stone

Every steps echoes with voices from the past

Bringing out memories from the first to the last

Life that flashes before me ever so fast

Reminding me of who I was

Who I’ve become

And understand who can I be

As I am always in search of being me

Of being free

Free of every constraint that brings me to my knees

But what in life comes without a price?

What in life comes without a fight?

I open my eyes to the world outside

The journey goes

 

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