Alexis Keys


Fate


Fate can mean a million things
Fate can change day by day 
Fate will always live another day
Fate depends on who you are
Fate will grasp you by the hand
Fate will leave you to your death
Theres only one thing that fate has in common for every one else 
Fate always leaves them on the steps of death

Submitted: Saturday, July 07, 2012

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I wrote this thinking of what my future would hold. I've been having guy troubles and relized fate can change at any given moment but in the end we all end up at the same place

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