True Eyes


Blinded Vision


Many people like I
Worry about things that we
Can’t
Control

We worry ourselves
About bills, grades, our family and children
When things get tough
Everything around us seems to say
Give up
We constantly make a line of
Excuses,
That eventually bruises our heart

To later find out
That that line was a laser
That tore our dreams
Apart

We now know that your heart is the home
Of your most wildest
Dreams
Maybe this world
Has distracted our sight from one thing
God does the impossible

Submitted: Wednesday, July 08, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, July 08, 2009
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