One day of desperation,
I challenged God to a duel;
I felt like his only abandoned creation,
Deeply miserable and cruel.
My bitter heart,
Showed no remorse,
I felt a victim to trying hard,
My counscience had no open doors;
And my destiny was locked behind bars.
And so from the sky,
I heard him weep;
Feeling this pain of mine,
Of endless nights;
That I had to cry myself to sleep.
I arose the next morning,
Knowing that God would forgive me,
That despite without a warning,
In this lifetime;
My one true enemy.