destiny tatum

a test

we fought to the end
ran to the start to begain
but what about the life in between
all the problems and how things are never how they seem

feelings hard to come clean of
running.....trying to find the place when the sun and the earth meets
my heart is seaching fo the land of milk and honey
with out a spot or a rinkle my heart seeks
hurt and confused.................i give up i just dont know what to do

but that was yesterday
i once stood alone
a fight in the cold war
left my heart so lifeless and cold as a stone
i saw no future and there was no hope
a world of depression but now i feel like there is a way to touch the sky
sometimes god puts you in the deep end just to see
if you will sink or swim but he'll never let you
go no matter how far from home you roum

i believe that when your at the the end of your rope it will be ok
all you have to call his name because its only a test and once its complete than you can have peace and rest.

Submitted: Thursday, March 18, 2010
Edited: Thursday, March 18, 2010
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