Heather Jean

Rookie (March 20,1989)

Do You - Poem by Heather Jean

The words you say make me understand
But break my heart in two
I wish I could be close to you
But there’s nothing I can do
I know your life is going down
And we all win and lose
There are two paths in life
And now’s the time to choose
Do you listen to your heart and make the good times last
Do you let your mind take over and remind you of your past
Do you let your soul wish you could turn back the hands of time
Do you see what your future brings and lay it all out on the line
I know your gonna find your way
Along the straight and narrow
And fighting hard and harder each day
When the words they say pierce you like an arrow
I’ll be here to listen
Until your eyes glisten
And that old familiar smile
Comes back upon your face
Do you stand there at the cross roads and turn your head both ways
Do you smile and forget about your darkest days
Do you wonder where your going and remember where you been
Do you look down each road and find where to begin
You’ll never know what tomorrow brings
But listen each morning to the song that bird sings
It brings new life, ending all strife
All you need to do is let it all go
Just let it all go
Do you listen to your heart and make the good times last
Do you let your mind take over and remind you of your past
Do you let your soul wish you could turn back the hands of time
Do you see what your future brings and lay it all out on the line
Do you stand there at the cross roads and turn your head both ways
Do you smile and forget about your darkest days
Do you wonder where your going and remember where you been
Do you look down each road and find where to begin
Do you

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 3, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 3, 2006


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