Let yourself go Let yourself go And So it began, The Distance Of My Life Down From The Waterfall And Where I would land. Not Understanding Or Acknowledging My True Self. Though I Knew The River Was High and Tumbling With Debris And Stones That Scratched Me, Bruised Me. These Were The Lessons To Learn….
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