Dark Clouds - Poem by wanda truesdale
Dark clouds surround the territories of my mind
Many thoughts of deceit come time after time.
All efforts to forget has failed once again,
Where one thought stops another begins.
Echoes of hurt invade my heart
A feeling of loneliness has torn me apart.
Tears keep streaming only making matters worse
Deeper in sorrow I begin to submerse.
I look around wondering what I should do
Trying to get out and to my breakthrough.
I do something I have never done before,
I bend my knees and fall to the floor.
What words do I say, where can I begin?
I am not a Christian for I've continued to sin.
I open my mouth and begin to pray,
Lord would you please help me on my way?
Immediately I felt better and lighter inside
In my Lord Jesus, I finally did confide.
Today for me, a new life began.
I finally reached out and touched His hand.
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