They pulled me down,
To the standard they lived,
Maybe a little more than that,
So that they could be seen.
I was too weak then,
I too fell at their say,
Deep-deep down I went.
And then realized that it was way too late.
Giving up was my first thought,
'Cause it would end it all,
No more cries of pain,
And they too would think it great.
But then the sun rose,
And it said all that I had never thought of,
'No matter how dark the night is,
It always rose confident and bright.'
I then went against the gravity,
With all that hidden inside me,
Ignored what they did and said,
Rising was all I could see.
Today I lead them all,
They walk on my beat.
Now they regret my fall,
And I thank them for what they did.