redemtion

Poem by: lovehatepain

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this is about what god can do, he can release you from your pain

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Submitted: November 01, 2009

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Submitted: November 01, 2009

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tonigh,t i look at myself in the mirror

i see the same face

isee the same smile

but yet it means so much more

my eyes are finally open, its time to face reality

what am i doing?

this isnt me...

s life ever going to be what it was...or is it to late?

God please take me back

ive screwed up, ive messed uo, ive lied, ive disobeyed

what else is there to say

ive failed you lord...

you were there when i needed you, but yet i still ran away

you were there when i felt i couldnt make it

you were there with your arms wide open for me...but i ran away

you never gave up lord-you were always there reaching, lord you were reaching and grabing for me...and today you finally have me in your arms protecting me...

protecting me from al my pain, misery, and guilt

and you wisper in my ear, everything is going to be okay


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this is about what god can do, he can release you from your pain

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