Apollo Chandler

Rookie (April 26 / Camden, N.J.)

A Prayer (pt.5) Guidance From Above


Dear Heavenly Father,
the most resent of tasks
were the most alien.
I can't help but to stress;
Im so scared of failing
Bailing out will never be a choice
I need your volume
So that my actions will have
a louder voice.
Please help my vision
become more space bound.
I need you to lift me up,
Im in need of your strength
I am too tired of being down
Time is my only enemy.
With my raging war against
an unstopable element
It feels as though everyones against me.
Please make me vibrant
Shine bright like the sun.
It is this reason why I pray to you
for your name is compared to none.

Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012
Edited: Saturday, August 11, 2012
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