Exile and Give me a break
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The darkness fell, like a dark black sheet of fog,
With a strong sense of dome.
Will life go on or stop.
All of a sudden, know knowledge of where it came or why.
Year of torment ripping away at one’s soul.
Fear of not knowing, Niggling and aching within.
Tearing a tender heart apart, from ones reasoning and sanity.
A house, a home, A family made so beautiful.
Looking so reckless and un fulfilling. to ones ill mannered emotions.
A child so in griped in continual confusion. not able to comply to earths expectations.
To worldly order, growing dim, Speechless at every whim.
Climbing and Climbing, to get higher Feeling foredoomed.
Determined by others, to reach Destiny’s portion.
Always submitting to, pretentious fate.
Fashionable society looking down, in disgrace.
Intellectual Sophisticated Stylish, always busy,
Making sure current style is worn.
Give me a break
It rips it tears that inner delicate part of ones soul,
Why do these worries and cares penetrate so deep?
It is written what you sow, you may reap,
What on earth did I sow that
Deserved such a reaping so,
Is it just me or do others sow?
Such deep, deep sorrow,
Please give me a break from this heart ache,
Ripping my innards so.
“Casting all your care upon,
Him For He careth for you.”
(King James Version)
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