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Bron Dayvid

Rookie (March 3 1993 / Cleveland, Ohio)

A Prayer


Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray the lord my soul to keep
Should I die b 4 I wake
I pray the lord my soul to take

No wait I prey the lord my soul to roam
So my words will continue to b heard through each home
So I can bring peace, love, and joy after I’m gone
I feel it’s my destiny lord correct me if I’m wrong
Maybe I misconstrued with my vague attitude
But I’m certain of my fate this is what I want to do
This is what I wish to be
To cure the world of misery
Hear my voice lord as I beg and plea
I’m a free spirit let my spirit forever b free
I feel as if I can help the world if only given the chance
Spread my word eternally let my voice expand
In harmony and melody to sympathize all cries
Wiping tears from all eyes

Now I lay me down to sleep there is one request I wish thy lord hears
To allow me to cherishes others long past my years
Deprive the world of all pain and of all fears
To b a savior where hardship appears
To forever spread love and care
Hear me lord, hear my prayer

Submitted: Thursday, February 25, 2010
Edited: Thursday, August 05, 2010

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