Talented Coleman


Imagine the time growing up wasn't made easy you had to learn and even sacrifice thoughts in life of what you were going to do with your life
Imagine the time when you thought about life and all the ups and downs you were going through in order to make you wonder does mom and dad have control but God was and you didn't even know
Imagine you want people to be a certain way but it is just in them to be who they are some true some not true/some nice some not so nice
Imagine the time when you were going to set goals and predict your mind to be one way and it turns out to make the right choice
Imagine the time when you were going to go east and west but decided to go north and south following the direction of life as if you we're heading to heaven trying to better self from hell

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
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