Lesego Tsiu

(14 September 1993 / Bothaville, Free State South Africa)

Accept and move on


When your hands cant hold on any longer,
When your heart has had enough to bear,
When your cheeks have a railway of a tear.

When something just cant be yours,
When your hope is no more,
When you no longer cant face the storm,
When the road is no longer worth walking.

When the dream is no longer worth persuing,
When the chase is no more worth your energy,
When you did the best you could,

There are things we have no control over,
There is only one thing to do,
Just save yourself the pain,
Accept and move on.

When you feel like you dealt with enough,
When your energy is starting to run out,
Somethings are just tough to face,
Accept and Move On.

Submitted: Sunday, February 02, 2014

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