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Thats How life goes

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Thats How life goes

Tonight boy has some bad news
Heard my father just lots his job
My parents say we aren't living in the struggle
But I'm not a fool I see that this road is hard
How can you fire someone that doesn't do anything wrong
But I guess that how life goes

My mother hates her fob,but she puts on a smile anyway
I feel her pain , but there is nothing I can do
I used to do dirt to sooth the pain goy caught and put to shame
I think I was the the one made us leave the church
One day the church will forgive me
But I guess that how life goes

Another of my friends is gone died in a wreck
didn't to say good bye didn't even get to say Hi
It just wasn't fair that it ended like that
Didn't go to her funeral, but went to her stone
But I guess that how life goes

Time is running so fast no time to adjust
Can't get my head straight, mind is spinning
Just hold up I getting my barrings
One day I will fix it for the family
But I guess that how life goes

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  1. Date: 7/21/2011 4:43:00 AM
    Such beautiful expressions of a caring soul. Faith is where it's at and you show alot of grace. Keep writing my friend, I'd like to read more of your work. Love and Light, Vienna

  1. Date: 7/18/2011 11:15:00 AM
    What a blessing we have in PoetrySoup. A place to come to write and read and make new friends along the ink trail. Wishing you a wonderful week filled with inspiration Kellum. Love, Carol