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Soulful Butterfly


I will not lose


I will not lose to your despair
I am to grown to even go there
I have a life to live and u are not included

I will not lose to your insecurity
and your ego infirmities
I can't help the helpless thats not my
goal in life. I want a hard working man
who was to make me his wife.

I will not lose i choose to fight
because god has something in store
for me that right.
So i choose to win in this life and fight for what is right

Tonight when i lay my head to rest
and i look around at my life's success
no matter how great or little to you
i fought and pray to make it through

To those that who fight to make it each day
chose to win in a world full of fools
U will not lose

she will not lose
he will not lose
I.....will.... not.... lose! ! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Monday, October 18, 2010

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