Treasure Island

susan covington

(March 6th / Utah)

Let me be me please


Let me be me as who i am
Let me do all i think i can
Let me and i stay in the sky and
Chase the real me to find i did not die
But most of all
Let me breath and walk and talk and run
Skip or dance or even talk to a bum
Feed a little bird even if its make be leave
Because here in this body some were is what i need
So long have i been told
I cant, i must not have, could never do
Only if you all new
Mountain tops and deep forest trees
Deepest sand or even ruff mean seas
Thunder of power and sun of dry heat
Moon of magic and secrets i keep
Let me be me, me as who i am
If only you could only for a moment see
I as the me i am because
Greatness of God no mountain can stop or even top
Need be a bit quick more and water of hate
Will be forever to late
Thunder of power only to the dust for power is nothing
With out complete love and trust
Sun? Please shine all you wish
But your wishing star to kill only falls swift
Moon of magic? Yes in deed
Over all stands tall power of small and
I am my everything, me as me who i am shall not fall
One of only, nothing stands at all
Those eyes of truth will finally see
All is and all was and all forever truth of me
As i am me heavenly

Submitted: Friday, February 01, 2008

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