thabiso edison jameo calvert


I'll forever rise


I feel myself going down
I feel myself getting deep
Deep into the waters
Which are getting very steep
I feel myself getting hurt
From everyone around
Everyone in this world
Trying to pull me down
I need to rise up once more
And accomplish my aspiration
For If I let you get in my way
I will fell to accomplish my relation
I know how to rise again
IF you stop me youll get hurt
I am now no longer afraid of others
Who always seem to lurk
Now I feel myself going up
Youre finally out of my way
And now I can accomplish my goal
Which I started in the first place
You might not be away forever
You might try to come back
But I will forever be waiting
Just in case you cause the slightest crack
I know now where I stand
You wont confuse my again
I know where to go from here on my own demand

Submitted: Friday, September 27, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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