Journey 


You can do everything right

And still be wrong

Taking a shorter road

Can make a journey long.

Loving with all your heart

Can make you feel pain…

Knowing the rules

While still losing the game.

Doing the same thing twice

Only doubles the burn

While there are no promises

There is always something to learn.

Keeping eyes open

Doesn’t make you see a thing

Watching with your heart

Is the factory of strings.

And while you are always learning 

Lessons you may forget 

If you never give up

The best will come yet.

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