Praying For Life - Poem by Ryan Byford
Praying for life to cease its existence,
fearing my words are not to be heard.
The sight in my eyes is repentance,
the demon inside me, commanding my word.
God has betrayed me,
as I live this lifeless death,
Only able to breathe,
knowing I may not rest.
Too weak to even cry,
for my life has been taken away.
Only able to let out a mournful sigh,
for my life back, I ask you to pray.
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