A Poem by Jordan Avechuco

For the most part I've walked this road alone,
And alone I stand on this dock at the end of my world.
Remembering a time when you walked beside me,
A time when all we had was each other and the shirts on our backs.
And now that you're gone that's all I carry,
The shirt on my back.
Neck aching,
My knees weak,
I've come this far only to hear your voice,
My true salvation.
I listen and beg for a sign of your presence,
But all I hear is the never-ending silence that encompasses my body.
There is no greater punishment for the crimes I've committed,
This I know is true.
So I'll wear my blame,
And descend into my rightful place,
My infinity.

© 2015 Jordan Avechuco

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Added on August 9, 2015
Last Updated on August 9, 2015
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Jordan Avechuco
Jordan Avechuco

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