Sky McCoy

(12/26/1991 / Gary, Indiana)


I'm not ashamed of who I've become
Ive gone through many changes
Numerous heartaches
pain, hurt, broken feelings, low self-esteem
I am who I am now
And I owe it all to him
He has revitalized and reborn who I am
Stem-cells such as blessings from him
have made me realize who I've become
Intangible feelings have been reached
by the man who walks the golden roads
Those golden streets are the host
of the man who has saved my life
After so many suicidal thoughts
after so many unseen scars
after so much blood has been lost
He has revitalized who I am
He has reborn my spirit
Through my continuous loyalty
After my non-stop praying
After my heartless hope
I have discovered who I am
and I don't regret one second
I have been revitalized
I have been reborn
He has matured my spirit
and I accept myself for who I am

Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2008
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