Meet You at the Crossroads, poetry by Troy Allen Houston at Spillwords.com
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Meet You at the Crossroads

Meet You at the Crossroads

written by: Troy Allen Houston

 

If I was to die tonight,
I don’t want a tear insight.
I want people to listen to a song,
You can even sing along.
Crossroads is the song I want played.
Listen to the words they say.
It’s sung by Bone Thug’s and Harmony.
Rejoice! There’s no disease harming me.
I will be where I want to be, happy.
In heaven with my father and pappy.
I’ll greet you with love at the crossroads.
You won’t need a U-Haul to carry your loads.
We will see what the fight was about.
There will be truth without a doubt.
I will be able to see my uncles and dad.
Everyone here shouldn’t be sad or mad.
I finally will have passed the test.
Being able to have peace and rest.
So if I should die in my sleep.
Know that I did it counting sheep.
I will miss you more than you will know.
Until you pass the test to the big show.
I’m thankful I got to meet and spend time with you.
Love helps you get through what you need to do.
That is to live like everyday is your last.
Live for the future and get out of the past.
So when I die and go to heaven.
Cheers my death with seven and seven.
If you don’t drink alcohol that’s alright.
Just ask the guy next to you for a light.
If you don’t smoke that’s okay.
Listen to the song they’re going to play.
I’ll see you on the other side my friends.
Because one day it will be your life that ends.

Troy Allen Houston

Troy Allen Houston

From Wyoming I have been writing for about 11 years. I have written about 600 poems. I am working on writing a self-help book. I want to share this gift from God.
Troy Allen Houston

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