Rise And Walk Those Steps

Rise And Walk Those Steps

by JOSEPH BRYANT (Italian Stallion)

Weeping now, I don’t know what’s begun.
Life was taken away from us,
A friend, lover, and a daughter.
Memories always running through our minds.

Sorrow’s what we all give,
That’s not what she would have intended.
Hearts now beating like a drum,
Wipe those tears away.

Stairs to heaven in front of our eyes
Leading toward our loved one.
Rise and walk those steps,
To release the sorrowness within.


© Copyright 2008 By: Italian Stallion

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