Savon Csr

Forced to Walk

Once again I'm forced walk this road
The road of loneliness, and sadness
I'm forced to walk this road for the sins I've committed
But aren't we all someday forced to walk this road
The road of our sins

Once again I'm forced to walk this road
Were we face the consequences of our actions
Were we learn the truth about ourselves
And fight the demons that lurk inside us

Once again I'm forced to walk this road
But as I continue to walk this lonely road of sadness
I realize that we are all human, and we all sin
And we are all forgiven for those sins

Once again I'm forced to walk this road
As I walk this lonely road I've realized my sins have been washed away
That I am the reason this road is filed with loneliness, and sadness
Now I see a light at the end of the road

Once again I'm forced to walk this road
But the road has finaly come to a end
I realize he has forgiven me for the sins I have created
And now it is my turn to forgive my self
Just like a rose we all blossom
And just like a rose we'll all wilt away someday
But in the end
We are all forgive.....

Submitted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

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