A Cycle Not Yet Complete
Living in an age where everyone is the same
With no higher goal than money to claim.
We have race, religion, and gender to divide
But the biggest of all is our own selfish pride.
We put condition upon our love
That no one could ever live up to
But continue to ask why it always falls through.
We have grabbed onto fear and held on tight
Not accepting at all
That our world could reunite.
We throw out judgments we have no right to make
And it’s only because our hearts are not yet awake.
We live everyday with one pain or another
But what can we expect
When it’s ourselves we fail to discover.
We always point fingers
And want to place blame
But truth is, it’s our inner selves we need to reclaim.
In not accepting the darkness within
No true growth can ever begin.
To get to the core of who we are
You must lose who you thought you were
And when you do amazing things start to occur.
But as of now, we murder, we lie, we steal, we cheat
And it is all part of a cycle not yet complete.