jason medina

Rookie - 165 Points (5/9/92 / Greeley, Colorado)

Please Just Hold On - Poem by jason medina

Oh the meaning of life
The truth that everyone tries to find
The answer to the question that everyone has cried
'Why? Why is this my life? '

But we either get a thousand questions with no answer
or a thousand answers for just one question
And we are quick to hate those who dare to mention
that what we must seek is divine intervention.

And nothing seems to fall in its place
except for a world that has fallen from grace.
What we are is the outcome of a perfect picture that has been poorly traced

It wasnt supposed to be this way
But someday we say; it will all be ok
Someday; just not today.

But that someday never comes
and our lives become so numb and we trust our hearts in the hands of those that will only tear them apart

And to our words are actions become contradiction
And those contradictions blind us to our addictions
and we become what we hate the most and we haunt ourselves like ghousts and make ourselves prisoners in our own little worlds

But what we dont realize is that the doors are not locked;
our freedom has already been bought
and our fate does not have to be what we have always thought

So we can step out and breath at last But we must have faith and patience if we wish to see better days than those of our past. And I know that faith and patience are two things we have never had.

But dont be ashamed to fall to your knees and pray
Because life will continue to be a struggle day after day

But just hold on please just hold on.You are stronger than you think but be careful cause you may be weaker than you know. Its a hard road and we've got a long way to go.

But only together can we make it
Only together can we prevail. we can not do this on our own.
We tried; and we failed.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2012



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