Ray Boorman

I WISH I COULD BELIEVE

 


Throughout my life, hurdles have been placed before me.

I measure my approach carefully, so as not to falter,

my trepidation overwhelms me as each barrier draws closer,

with all my might I take that final leap of faith,

but alas, I have stumbled and fallen too many times,

and cannot I fear pick up this bruised body to try again.

 

  

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 03/01/2011.

 

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