Ernest Makuakua

Rookie - 37 Points (30-09-1990 / South africa)

FAIR STEEP HILL


FAIR STEEP HILL

GOD MY STUPIDITY HAS PAID AND IM SARROUNDED BY FEAR

SHAME HAS COVERED MY EYES CONFUSION HAS LEAD TO MORE DAMAGE TO MY MIND IM AFRAID ILL HAVE TO JUMP A SHIP.

EVEN IF I TRY TO IGNORE IT, IT STANDS THERE FIRM TELLING THE WORD ILL BE VIEWED SOON ILL CONQUER SOON ITS LITTLE DAMAGE SO FAR
YOU FALLING APART IS NOT MY PROBLEM.

FATHER I HAVE A GHOST THAT CONTROLS ME I DONT KNOW WHO I AM WHERE IM GOING IF THE SUN IS BRIGHT OR SHINING IF THE DAY IS DAWN OR DUSK, I STILL REMEMBER WHAT I SAID AND I SEE WHAT IM DOING NOW.

MY LIFE HAD BEEN THREATENED BY STEAKS AND CHICKEN.
BY THOSE I KNOW NOT WHERE THEY CAME FROM.

Submitted: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013

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WHEN LIFE HAS US WRAPPED UP WE BECOME CONFUSED WE LOOSE OUR SELVES NOT KNOWING WHAT TO DO.

I JUST PUT MY LORD TO LEAD.

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