The Long and Dusty Road of Life Posted on February 2, 2018 by Steve Higgins A short road, a long road, A travelled-only-once-road It’s the long and dusty road of life It’s heartache, happiness, and strife A happy road, a clean road Is the road that I desire A cheerful road, a sweet singing music road, Free from muddy mire Let my road be a long road, A fondly remembered high road And don’t let me detour at a crossroads, Or linger on a lonely road One day I’ll need a fast road, a rushing road A quickly time is running out road And I’ll breathe my last in a quiet road, a by road An end of the line side road For journeys end is a sad road A goodbye and thanks for all you’ve done road A cul de sac, an avenue, a long gone distant road, And as time passes it soon becomes a travelled-long-ago road. Steve Higgins is the author of Floating in Space, a novel set in Manchester, 1977. The book is available in Kindle or paperback formats. Click the links at the top of the page for more information. Share this:FacebookLinkedInWhatsAppRedditTwitterEmailPinterestPrintTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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