Christopher G. Turner

(February 11th,1988 / Killeen, Texas)

I am who?


I am an unexpected miracle
I am the bringer of joy
I am your son, your daughter
I am the light in your life

I am your worst nightmare
I am a rope in time of need
I am your uncle, your aunt
I am a world renowned tyrant

I am a burden in your life
I am a trustworthy friend
I am your brother, your sister
I am your first companion

I am your rusty anchor
I am the love of your life
I am your wife, your husband
I am the thorn on a rose

I am a weight on your shoulder
I am an angel in your life
I am your father, your mother
I am your life long mentor

I am your greatest enemy
I am a shoulder to cry on
I am your friend, your lover
I am a fellow human being

(3/14/2007)

Submitted: Thursday, March 15, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 01, 2011
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