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Remember Who I Am

Filed in Life Poems, Life Reflection Poem, Virtue Poems & Lyrics by on April 27, 2009 0 Comments • views: 1881

(Verse 1)

I’ve walked my roads without shortcuts
And missed so many turns
I’ve stopped along my journey
And outright refused to learn
But somewhere in my spirit
Is a light I’ll never fully comprehend
It takes me through my painful chapters
To reach my story’s end

(Chorus)
In my deepest darkest days
I cry
In my deepest darkest days
I die
In my deepest darkest days
I learn to try
I reach for the sky
With my arms open high
And always remember who I am

(Verse 2)
This road is long, the book a million pages
At times I get so tired
I have to read and walk in stages
But there is a power beneath my feet
That allows me to float on stressful days
Not knowing how or even why
I suddenly turn that page

(Chorus)
In my deepest darkest days
I cry
In my deepest darkest days
I die
In my deepest darkest days
I learn to try
I reach for the sky
With my arms open high
And always remember who I am

(Verse 3)
The voyage traveled is my narrative
Remembering who I am imperative
It’s my contribution to this place
I signature in stone…
It’s not the battles failed,
it is the journey flown

(Chorus)
In my deepest darkest days
I cry
In my deepest darkest days
I die
In my deepest darkest days
I learn to try
I reach for the sky
With my arms open high
And always remember who I am

I will affirm; I’ve made a difference
Remembering who I am,
please remember who I am

By Barbara Tremblay Cipak

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