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written by: Edward Ponce


When can you say that you are lost
When you have given everything at all cost
Answers we always try to seek
Given not with a simple tweak

Finding yourself amidst the darkness
Never knowing what its likeness
Escaping fear by following the light
Kept running, nothing else on sight

It feels like you're in a grave danger
To be somewhere with no one but a stranger
Nothing to do but to pray like a child
A child left alone in the wild

God, have mercy on this person
Never did I learned my lesson
Save me from this torment
I will trust you from this very moment

Edward Ponce

Edward Ponce

Is an aspiring author of a Poetry/Self-help book. An active church head and a BIG fan of hopelessly romantic articles and poems.
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