The Inevitable Path


Stumble upon a bridge with twice a path to pick
The right screams with quite a delight
Wonders shall always be shy
Act like a little spy to ask the path why
Make it in time before the twilight sight

Seek for the path that never lies
Walk upon the missing trail
Perhaps the one with dark skies
But cry at night when the sun never shines
Glued together as one big snail

So tainted with buttery flies, clouded with dangers provide
Seek for the one with the golden brick
As the other breathe while the ocean kicks
Denied for the lost guide for which it is a designated pride
As the hand touched the left side

Although it can't speak, you can hear it's chipping creak
Stumble upon a bridge with twice a path to pick
So tainted with buttery flies, clouded with dangers provide
Sing onto the bridge as it sway
For it to be the last in your way

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