Lies of Destiny
Destiny finds us all
in a place of peace and faith.
It separates us from the world.
Changes the way things are.
Destiny is a blind spirit
that we seek from day to day.
It carries us forward and pushes us back.
Oh how misguided, we could say.
The life we lead, by destiny’s side,
so lost and so blind.
When you reach your goals and hold your dreams,
just turn around, destiny will still be there,
but no one else will be.
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