Dexsta Ray


Lord Be With Me Poem by Dexsta Ray


Now understand
Man I know that I can change
I know I'm not perfect
I'm not afraid to call your name
A bush in burning flames
Come and speak to me
I'm lacking in strength
Forgive me for the sins I've finished and still hadn't commit
And I can think about some people and get mad really quick
All too familiar with the pain
And it's too bad to forget
But still I know it's always best to be forgiving
Although it is hard
I keep the faith in my religion
I'm blessed to be here living
Crossroads
Lord which way should I go?
The road is full of snow
The day is old
Location's unknown
But I'm not here on my own
I guess you learn from your mistakes
I've got to turn another way
So I don't burn amongst the flames when I die
I'd like to fly
And live eternal life
Lord be with me
I'm trying to change and live right

Submitted: Sunday, August 26, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 27, 2012
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