To My Unborn (In Case I Dont Make It)

Poem By Alfredo Parra

I Guess It was My Sorroundings
And The Way I Was Raised
That Made Me Break Boundaries
And Act In Mysterious Ways

Whats Really Going On In Our Bodies
Is Something We Wont Know
No Matter What The Doctors Say
Theres More Than Stress In Our Blood Flow

I Worried Way Too Much
About being The Best Person
Which Made It All Build Up
And Made My Stress Worsen

I Fought The World And Was Beat
I Wish I Could Give You What You Should Have
So In Case We Never Meet
Just Know Your Daddy Was A Good Man.

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