For one good reason, I turned around,
The threat gripped my heart as it sound,
The fear that I’d fell off on the ground,
The answers to my reality which were never found.
I embraced my life the way it was,
For one good reason, I wanted to break the laws,
I kept breathing until a silent pause,
Misery swept away and so did my clause.
For one good reason, I never looked away,
The threat that night would darken my life stayed,
The fear trembled me that I’d never see sun the next day,
The key to misery clutched the period of my decay.
I lifted myself for one last time,
I risked my life ahead of crime,
While preparing for that one last climb,
I realized my heart chimed.
For one good reason, I lived my life,
I laughed, chuckled and genuinely smiled,
I slashed my wrist to let the dead blood cells ooze the agony,
The fears and threats were driven away by my mind’s symphony.
Since that day, I lived my life to the extreme,
Personified my choices to challenge my self esteem,
I joined every single dot to dream my life’s theme,
Cause’ for one more time, my soul beamed.