W.T. Brown


Accept the Pain


I walk alone on these abandoned roads,
Hoping someday soon these wounds will close,
You can't see it because i smile when it hurts,
bottling emotions to forget but it doesnt work,
My angel once said to let go and forgive yourself,
or even god couldn't send you help,
If you want to change the world start with your reflection,
forgive your self and accept all your imperfections,
the sun is brighter after drowning in the rain,
and life is fuller after accepting the pain,

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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