Once Again - Poem by Elizabeth Barry
Once again, I’m on my knees, begging for help from a force I can’t see,
Once again I’m falling rescue me.
Once again the pain does come, I held it in so long I no longer run,
Once again it rears its head to let me know ' it has not gone '
Once again it says to me ' I’m still here'
But once again, I say, ' I don’t think so'
You come to me when I am weak; to bring me down is what you seek.
And once again I fight my fight, I stand my ground and hold on tight.
Once again I say to you ' you cannot take me you never will'
And once again I hold onto good.
You cannot win me you never could!
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