BENNY WALKS ALONE

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    BENNY WALKS ALONE

    I see you through the window

    Walking to and fro

    You appear to be wandering aimlessly

    But your destination you do know

     

    I wonder what you’re thinking

    When you stop and stare

    Do you think how short your walk will be?

    Or do you silently whisper a prayer

     

    You turn and head for home

    To your warm comfortable bed

    Your walk is nearly over

    Soon you will rest your weary head

     

    One day I too will go for a walk

    As we all will do one day

    I hope I am as brave as you

    Come that faithful day

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    Poetry is what gets lost in translation.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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