Hans Maae Taala

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Pathways of Pain


Pathways of pain with only tears
Dropping from a heart with lil' fears
Sunshine scarce feeds emotionless cares
To the woes of the world with dead eye stares
Only got my prayers to guide me safe
No worries at times I feel misplaced
Carry on regardless how hands are dealt
Hide all feelings as day by day they melt
Try to stay strong hold out and endure
Yet struggle to grasp things simple and pure
Fight off negative vibes as they come
But some of these battles fell like ten on one
Still hold this head up and walk on by
For there's no guts or glory if you don't even try
Denial a fact that can't be ignored
As long as I face the currents and not the shores

Submitted: Friday, June 10, 2011
Edited: Saturday, June 11, 2011

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