Courtney Steele

Rookie (May4,2009 / Mobile Alabama)

LET


LET IT BE PURE
LET IT BE FREE
LET IT HAVE IT'S OWN THOUGHTS WITH NO REGARDS TO ME
LET IT FIND SOMETHING SACRED
LET IT LOOK NOT TO KILL
LET IT BE NOT SICK & DON'T PERMIT IT TO FALL UPON THE ILL
LET IT LOOK FOR JOY
LET IT FIND PURE BLISS
LET IT FIND TRUE LOVE BUT NOT LOVE IN A PLACE LIKE THIS
LET IT FORGIVE FOR THOSE DAYS I HAVE MISSED
LET IT BE SO BEAUTIFUL & NOT EVEN BLIND EYES CAN RESIST
LET IT LOOK AHEAD & LET OLD THINGS REMAIN DISMISSED
LET IT CAPTURE LOVE & BEAR IT WITHIN A FIST

Submitted: Thursday, November 04, 2010

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