The Night My Tears Came Tumbling Down.

But somebody’s got to do it, right?,
I ask them.
It can be done.
Because if you can do it,
I can too.
Isn’t that how it works?,
I ask them.

Please tell me I can do this,
I say.
Help me believe in myself.
Didn’t you have this trouble, once?
Help me, please.
Because my feet are bursting with blisters,
I’ve traveled so far, you see.
But my head is complaining,
I think I’ve been going in circles.
Now my eyes fog up and I can’t see anymore
I can’t see where I am headed.

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