Keith Anastase KAMOSSO
You Still Have Your Way(Prayer Of The Broken Ones) - Poem by Keith Anastase KAMOSSO
It Feels like I've been here forever
And running is not making the difference
But only heart racing in my chest is the rhythm I feel
Why can't you just intervene now?
I knew that this road was never going to be easy
But now my knees are weak and my body sweats
Heaven is so far away from my happiness
My dreams are already dead and gone
My hopes are fading away with my visions
I feel like I'm only left alone on the outside to die alone
Will this end when I'm still breathing?
Or I should just kiss tomorrow goodbye?
Is there any way out of this misery?
Or Should I just stop looking for the answers?
Or like you've promised you still have your way?
I don't want to feel down but I just can't help it
Answers are far from my thoughts
You won't blame me for losing hopes
It's not the first time i feel alone
But all the time in the past you were here
I remember you telling to stop looking for answers
Because you always took the broken things and make them beautiful
You've always warmed me up from the cold thoughts
But I, m wondering if you Still have your way
Even if I'm still here scrambling for the survive
Fighting the battle I have no hope to win
Gazing at the images that are much blur to make sense
My heart still in the dilemma of knowing what's to come
But still that voice comforting me in sweet sound that
You still have your way
If there is way to the happiness
I'm on my knees begging for your guidance now
If you see these tears falling down like the pouring rain of fall
Then I trust that you will have your way to that blue star
I don't want to pray for the escape anymore
Just show me the way because I know that you Love Me
Have Your Way
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