Ally Fred Step Poems

  • 1.
    A thousand miles didn't start with a step
    but a mastered thought.

    Created and planned,
  • 2.
    No morning to brand beautiful,
    nor a day fruitful.
    Long nights of terror,
    with every dream a living horror.
  • 3.
    I'll soon be there with you,
    And this solitary shall end.
    Believe me this is true,
    Just hold on to the kind.
  • 4.
    If the science worked out, I'd go back,
    when I'd smile at the stars and enjoy the moon.
    I'd revive the remnants of me,
    that are buried deep down in the sea.
  • 5.
    I'm certain words can't equate,
    with what you are and what you made.
    You'd give all of us not just a plate,
    but hope and dreams that'd never fade.
  • 6.
    In an introspect moment,
    Of a clueless and empty thought,
    I closed my open eyes,
    And gazed at the heavens,
  • 7.
    Each step is a last one to take,
    Every hope is hazy and blank.
    In between a rock and a hard place,
    Where faith and confidence are scarce.
  • 8.
    It was a long wearisome walk
    Alone without someone to talk
    The legs entirely exhausted
    The throat extremely thirsted
  • 9.
    It riles listening to who's better than the other talks,
    Everyone's supports their arguments and theories,
    Some even quote verses from scriptures.

Total 9 Step Poems by Ally Fred

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