#44. Walk the Lone Road

Day 28. NaPoWriMo- Celebrate Poetry, All Month Long!

Quotes about walking alone Kego Onyido

Walk the lone road, but not alone

The road destined to push and test

The road of discomfort, of unrest

That path laced with tears and pain

Walk to a place where peace doth reign

Set it down, your heavy, drowning load

Travel unburdened, light and free

Walk your walk on your lone road.


Walk the lone road, but not alone

Walk with Moses, on land and sea

Keep going until you find your promised land

Where blessings abound like grains of sand

As has been written, as has been long foretold

Let heart and spirit sing as these promises unfold.


Walk the lone road, but not alone

Follow your soul’s path and walk with Ruth

Walk until you find love, your soul’s eternal truth

Speak this truth with power, without restraint

Stand in the light, reborn, without blemish or taint

Trade in your cross for the bejewelled crown

Your rented robes for Joseph’s colourful garment

And in the fusion of the vibrant, healing colours

Become one with the eternal light in the sacred moment

In the waters of the lamb, all pain and darkness drown.


Walk the lone road, but not alone

Stand with angels, and joyously sing

Along with David, compose psalms for a King

Enter that sacred place, co-create with the King of kings

Awakened, you’ll find beauty in all people and things.


Walk the lone road and never alone

Walk your life’s path, beautiful, unique

Dare to show up; take your journey

Grace abounds, to both poor and rich

With every footstep, paradise’s within reach

Yes, you’ll find your sweet heaven within,

Right there, here, at your own doorstep.

© Juliet ‘Kego Ume-Onyido (All rights reserved).

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