John Paul Ang
Grandeur - Poem by John Paul Ang
If we are not meant to be,
then these dreams are broken as i see.
I'll be alone in my solitary hell,
no one else, but me who'll dwell.
I'll ask the Lord for my soul to take,
I'll wait till all your promises break.
There'll be no more reason for life's grandeur,
There's only time for me to endure.
I'll ask you now to leave me alone,
For all my sins, i will atone.
Say your long goodbyes,
State all your lies.
Then i'll be out of your sight,
If you deemed your actions were right.
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