Who Am I?

Made like a mirror to reflect his glory

But the glass got smashed,

bought a counterfeit story

We gave into pride

Sacrificed life, on that day we died inside

Outside we ignited a rebellion,

An infectious disease that labels us felons

Cold and alone,

ever wandering in search of a home


Hearts breaking and shaking

in time with our hearts vibrating

We say bridges to yesterday are burned

Seasons over, all those leaves have turned

But we cannot look now

We can only keep our gaze locked on the ground

And here we stand with wide eyes

as our world comes crashing down


Who am I to say right ?

Who am I to say you’re wrong ?

Play judge, look you in the eye,

Who am I to throw the stones

I remember when trust went for free

Sold for a smile on the face of a fantasy

Truth found her home in the pages of fairy tales

Decadent words formed the phrases for dreams that failed

Now trust is a costly commodity

Giving it away is the mark of absurdity

And truth is a homeless traveler

Hoping in the night to be found


And we wave goodbye to our innocence

And we wave goodbye to our ignorance

And we wave goodbye to our nursery mindsets

Abandoning cribs of complacence