Saturday, November 12, 2016

This Dark Road by Bruce Mundhenke

This dark road I travel,
Seems to never end,
There is much danger on this journey.
Shadows darker than darkness,
Fear you can sometimes taste.
Most who I meet are strangers,
Seldom do I see a friend.
Evil lurks by the wayside,
Death often nearer than life...
My companion,
A prince of great riches,
As I travel,
He pays my fare.
I am promised 
A place in his kingdom,
And this dark road that I travel on
Will eventually take me there.








Bruce Mundhenke enjoys nature, reading, and writing poetry. He has published many poems in various online publications. He lives in Illinois with his wife and their dog and cat.

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