Treasure Island

maxpoet beauty


I need you son,


I need you son,
I need you son,
This is the telling,
That you are there for me,
Never watch me die that I may fail,
I need you son that I may see you Father,
The chosen that you may rock I with love,

I need you son that you may never take mine,
To take mine is not the calling,
I need you son,
That I may find that knowledge from victim to victor,
Call on me son,
That you may come and see prayer as the only resolution,
Son that I need it,
In all the Master Plan,
That I need you son,
That I may see all the plan that you gave this man,
Man to man,
Tell me that I got to survive in all injustice,
This is the Battle of the saints,
That there is no justice in the world today,
Think that History is being laced by these words again,
God will never let us down even if they plan evil.

Submitted: Sunday, April 06, 2008

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