Hakima Smaili

(29-06-1993 / Algeria)

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Expressing what you feel
since when it's much of a deal
since when it's wrong
since when it's something we fear
we are ought to express
we are ought to let it get out
we are ought to shake off the stress


it's a right of ours
it's not wrong
it's just a signe f having some power
the power to live the way we choose
the power to climb the life's power
to make it to the top
to, once again stand up, even after you bruise
the power to say: I'll win
the wil to survive
the belief that I'll never loose

not ego, but just some pry
not an illusion st a but just a belief
belief that I don't deserve to cry
a faith in my power, in my rights
a faith pushing me to try
try to live right
try to choose right
a faith that I'm strong
and loving someone of my choice
is certainly not wrong
a faith that I can change it all
change it by my hand
a faith that no matter how many times I'll fall
I shall once again stand

Submitted: Sunday, April 07, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013
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