catalina herrera

Feelings

Like the tears from your unforgettable parents Unbelievable, but undeniable, unexplainable. Because it runs so deep it gets hard to sleep at times it may
Seem to fade until the next day it comes back twice.It was before hard to ignore you struggle to hold.Your smile and move forward… Then one day it becomes too much and you give in… U run away looking for a better day.From god’s plan you stray. To make a path of your own not thinking…Falling, Lowering, and Sinking… So you take another drink to drift. A smoke to get a Higher Lift… Giving up your greatest gift… LIFE! ! So caught up you don’t think twice. Going so fast, you miss the answers that were so clear Just follow your heart don’t let it get you down.Soon you’ll see things will turn around and you’ll be Wearing the mighty crown. You don’t have to be the weeping clown… Surround yourself with people. Who care and accept you for who you are… Then revealing of your destiny won’t be far… So get out of your fast passed car, And breathe in the fresh air the best things in life have no price Live your one and only life… Life is full of surprises so we have to be ready
For what ever god throws at us. We got to be thankful for what our parents give us
Every sweat that falls from them should be cherished.No more running away doing suicidal cause they don’t deserve the harm.We think it doesn’t hurt them but it does
“Quiero que se oyen lo que digo” Our fathers taught us pride and toughness.Our mothers taught us love, passion, faith, loyalty! ! You do the math…I did it so now it’s your turn! ! !

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 23, 2008

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  • Lorenzo Cruz (11/23/2008 6:51:00 PM)

    I found that after learning this math, I feel so alive even though I am dying everday

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