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The Man Who Walked Away

The Man Who Walked Away
By gently*collapsing on 02/21/2007
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She's walking down the road
A car speeds by
Then the driver slows and stops
And says "Hey need a ride?"

She dropped into the front seat
She'd seen him around in town
He's tall and dark and handsome
His hair and eyes are brown

They start making small talk
And a thought crosses her mind
He doesn't know where she lives
And she realizes that town is far behind

All of a sudden she senses something
And starts to feel afraid
But shes tries not to show it
She tries to be brave

They pull up to a shack
She can't take it anymore
The tears start running down her face
As he opends up her door

The smile fades from his face
As he says "Get inside"
So she runs inside to find
That there's no place to hide

She turns around and sees him
Only a foot away
He says "Now do what I tell you,
Or it will be your final day."

"Turn around and face the wall,
And do not make a sound.
Yes I will shoot you,
Should you turn around."

Shes makes that last attempt
To try and get away
But she didn't escape that bullet
I'm very sorry to say

Her family and friends still miss her
Each and every day.
They still have bad feelings toward him
The man who walked away.


© By gently*collapsing On 2/21/2007 3:32:56 PM
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