brandy ingram

Rookie (10 12 1994)

Saved Life - Poem by brandy ingram

I walked the street of darkness
i just wanted to die
i felt like i was waisting my life
i was about to commit sucide
God came and grabbed me hand
he said to me someday i would make a good women
i doubted him so many times
and wasnt starting to believe anymore
i really hated my life
i didnt understand why God who did no wrong would love a sinner like me
day by day life got harder
every night my life ending came closer
i walked in the kitchen and grabbed a knife this is my final goodbye
slit by slit i watched it flow
then all of a sudden a song came to mind Jesus loves you did you know
i put down the knife and thanked my loving God, he saved my life
2years and im closer to God
he's my HERO and sometimes my only friend
God is great i promise you that
because he came and saced my hand
Now i reli on God more then ever
i look back now and i'm glad that My God My Father saved my life, and without him i would not be here today

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is a true story. at any given second someone takes their life.. This poem saved life is about a girl that just felt like the world hated her.. she no one understood her. She was raised up in church.. But the devil came and took control over her life.. But THE DEVIL DIDN'T WIN! ! ! ! ! God won.. Like he always does and always will! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Comments about Saved Life by brandy ingram

  • Bethany Buhl (9/9/2012 11:21:00 PM)

    I relate to the line that god seems to be your only friend. It saddens me to think that he might be my only friend right now but then I think it's always great to just have one true friend. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 9, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, September 10, 2012

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