Brett Nave


Ok God


Ok God look
I know you read me like a book
But can you see me try
Just look into my eye
I wonder if you see
You probable sit and drink your tea

I don’t know if you hate me
But for once can you just agree
Can you just give me a sign?
Even if it’s just a shine
You seem to never be there
That’s why I wonder if you care
Can you just show me the way?
Why can’t you just say?

I want to believe
And maybe even achieve
Show me what you got
Even if I get shot
What are you going to do?
How do I know you’re true?

Let’s see a show
Go make it snow
All you are is powerless
Like a garden that’s flowerless

Can you open a door?
And show me some more
You can see a refection
But that has no affection
You look in a mirror
Hopeing it would be clearer

You finally show me a door
I walk in and fall through the floor
You tricked me
When I thought I was free
Tell me why
Do you want me to die?
What did I do to you?
I thought you were true

Ok I get it
I’ll go die in a pit
You don’t care
You look at me with despair
Fine I’ll say goodbye
And will never fly
I wish I could
Even if I should
But you don’t want me
You just tell me to flee

Submitted: Friday, December 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 09, 2013

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God doesnt seem to care about me so I wonder if he's even there

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  • Rookie - 10 Points Olumide Familusi (12/6/2013 10:36:00 AM)

    God does care about you and His words are immortal..remember when He said our ways are not His wars? Be patient, persevere, pray and tell him the things u want but also remember that it is impossible to please God without faith in Him and the things He only can do. Cheer up. (Report) Reply

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