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Sabastian Moore

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The Strength of Belief


Heroes have fallen
of the great have been slayed
Our picture is portrayed
The courageous and the brave

Up to this moment we fight and survive
We are gladiators in an arena
A spectacle throughout our lives
Seen by many, Known by few
A place of danger
Hell we go through

Disappearing as the sands of time
Blown along yet steady in the mind
For we see what human eyes fail to comprehend
As moments pass by as gracefully as the wind

Struggles and pains with not be shamed!
Nor our lives be caught in vain
In victories, challenges, pain, and defeat
We continue to walk for this is our Strength of Belief

Submitted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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