Rodney William Sampson

Rookie (August 10,1983 / Oklahoma City)

Will it Ever be Enough


Will it ever be enough
The sorrow I express
That comes from deep within

Will it ever be enough
The counselings and talks
To move forward and began again
Me to make u smile like before

Will I ever be enough
Enough so that u will be with me
Enough to start a family and help raise our son
Enough to be that man i once was

One day i hope its enough
Thats all i can hope for
So ill take one day at a time
For one day it will be enough

Submitted: Monday, January 04, 2010

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