She's walking among the trees,
The autumn wind is blowing those colorful leaves,
With every step she sees something beautiful but passes it by.
Her heart is seeking peace and comfort,
Her mind is seeking the answers to so many questions.
She has fallen into the stormy water
Fighting the mighty river but she's slowly slipping away,
Trying to grab anything to pull her up,
But her fears make her fingers lose their grip,
All her strength is gone and she's forgotten how to fight.
She's nearly lost hope and she just stopped trying,
All she can see is the water and it's pulling her under,
She's beginning to wonder if there ever was such a thing as land,
One last cry escapes her lips as she is dragged under,
She's given all she had and now she can do no more.
She is sinking and losing sight of the light,
Her eyes can no longer see so she reaches out one last time,
She brushes up against something solid and stable,
Grasping the branch she begins to find hope,
She reaches th
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