Another Day In Paradise - Poem by Rachel Hubbard
Each day I wake up reminded of my mistakes, my failures, my regrets, and my past.
How long will this last?
Reminded each day this is my life I've nearly wasted,
So many times I've faced death so closely tasted.
And for so long I've never cared
Deep inside though I never showed it I've always been somewhat scared.
My carelessness has got me here where I am
Imprisoned with no plan.
I am reminded each day now of the years I've wasted on drugs,
failed attempts at love,
trying so hard to find someone to blame
living a life of shame,
guilt, and anger
a life of danger.
So much sorrow
never knowing if I'd live to see tomorrow.
I have to take control and responsibility
and no I have the ability
To turn my life into another direction a brighter path
and take the rath
But filled with so many emotions, feelings, and thoughts I realize
It's just another day in paradise!
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