Patrick Stefens

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Superhuman - Poem by Patrick Stefens

I took a walk last night to ease my troubled mind
Though I left my body laying somwhere there int he sands of time
I watched the world go to the darkside
But there seems theirs nothing i can do

After all this I knew their was somthign for me to do
I really don't mind what happens between now and then
As long as i still have you as my friend when it ends

If I go crazy then will you still be a friend
If I'm still alive and dwell
Will you still be their to hold my hand
I'll keep you their no matter what
You give me superhuman might

You may call me names
But your secrets I will keep
All the times i was with you
Were tooken for granite
You stumbled yet I was their to catch your fallen head
If not for me you would be dead
I picked you up, put you down and back on solid ground


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2005



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