Life Moves Way To Fast

You’re the reason I get up to face each hectic day
How did our lives get so consumed with nonsense on the way
We used to take the time to laugh and play a game or two
But now it seems we fight a lot and cry way too much too
So when you go to sleep at night I’ll slip in by your side
I’ll hold you close and squeeze you tight and feel amazing pride
You’re the one that I love best, it’s very clear to see
With every day I know I’m blessed that you’re a part of me
Now let’s just try to slow it down and savor all that’s past
For that’s what molds our future, and life moves way too fast

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If I Thought

If I thought for just one moment that this would be my last breath,
I’d tell you I’ll love you forever, even beyond death.
If I thought for just one moment that your face would be the last I’d see,
I’d take a million pictures and save them just for me.
If I thought for just one moment that your voice would be the last I’d hear,
I’d listen attentively and promise not to shed a tear.
If I thought for just one moment that your touch would be the last I’d feel,
I’d embrace you and know that this has all been real.
If I thought for just one moment that my heart would beat its last beat,
I’d thank the Lord for allowing us to meet.

I Did Not Die But I Am Not Alive But I Still Live On

Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there; I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow,
I am the diamond glints on snow,
I am the sun on ripened grain,
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning’s hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry,
I am not there; I did not die. But I Am Not Alive I Am Just Free As The Wind So Yes I Did Not Die I Was Set Free To Fly.

Don’t Loose Hope On Your Dreams

Your dream is like a thin path of light,
while the shadows engulfed your whole peripheral,
waiting for you to lose your balance/
It’s like you’re walking on the balance beam,
while the darkness tries to call you like what crack did to Pookie/
This darkness represent the voices of your haters,
trying to drop your confidence as fast as a Roller Coaster,
using all types of persuasion to try to make you feel like you’re nothing/
See, hatred is like a sword,
trying to pierce through your confidence as though it tries to kill it/
Where’s your shield?
Start defending on what you believe in instead of making a target on yourself/
You’re the hero,
don’t let the fallen take it’s place/
It’s hard enough to try to keep your balance,
So invert that hate into your motivation to keep going/
Every step is a struggle,
but remember,
every step you take is one step closer to your dream/

Mommy Cried

I looked up and asked Mommy…where’s Daddy?, and Mommy cried;
Mommy tried to hide behind eyes that despise the reality that daddy casually walked out of our lives, I was five years old and couldnt hold back my tears, because Mommy’s fears for the future took hold of me, but Mommy took hold of me and help me near:
I looked up and asked Mommy…where’s Daddy?, and Mommy cried;
Mommy tried to explain about the flicker of a flame, and how it fades, and how a man can weaken if he feels beaten by a system, and how he starts insisting that everybody’s against him, and so he flees from his family, but Mommy held me near;
I looked up and asked Mommy…where’s Daddy?,and Mommy cried;
Mommy tried to walk in Daddy’s gators, but she slipped, she started to slide, her fall was eminent and since I was in it I became hell-bent on resentment for my Daddy, I saw him in his Caddy with his mistress I thought he missed us, my mind was unclear, but Mommy held me near;
I looked up and asked Mommy…where’s Daddy?,and Mommy cried;
Mommy tried to raise a boy to a man with the hand she was dealt, my pain she felt, her pain she transformed to love, Mommy always was, a woman above, the waves of affliction, always an addition, though I was raised in an equation where my Daddy was always missing, but Mommy held me near… and Mommy cried:

Fucking A Stranger

when i was young
my krazy mother told me
never talk to strangers

so i did the opposite
i wanted to explore
so i started walking off my marble floor
looking at this beautiful girl from next door

we never did speak
but i could tell She was Feeling Me
by the look in her eye
there was no other guy

shy and nervous
but i whisper something in her ear
she said yes
that’s all you could hear

now we both in my mother’s attic
taking off my clothes
i’m watching her taking her’s off
now we are fucking like true strangers

i just finish exploring
now we both outside kissing
the feeling is so extreme
thank god it wasn’t just another erotic dream

Complications

Do you wanna know her?
Do you wanna try?
Her life’s a little complicated
Let me tell you why,
She feels unloved unwanted
She cries 6 times a day
Her heart is nearly broken
She’s in a lot of pain
She cuts herself to feel
That’s how she plays her games
She smiles at the blade
Like blood is summer rain

Do you still wanna know her?
Do you still wanna try?
Her life’s still a little complicated
Let me tell you why,
Besides her scars from cutting
She’s got bruises everywhere
Her mother tends to hit her
And doesn’t even care
Her dads an alcoholic
He screams and yells at night
And when he’s finally finished
He says she’ll be alright

So are you scared to know her?
Are you scared to try?
Do you think her life’s a little complicated?
If not let me tell you why,
She screams and cries for help
Maybe a way out
She’s trapped in a world of hate
A world of lies and tears
She lies on her bed at night
And wonders “Why am I still here?”
And when she falls asleep
Nightmares haunt her dreams

So are you still scared to know her?
Are you still scared to try?
You think her life’s complicated?
Too late that girl died,
They found her on her bed
Her throat slit every which way
They waved her death away
Like it was a everyday thing
She didn’t deserve to die
She deserved to live
But I guess when you live in hell
Heaven always wins.