Amanda May Moore
To Jump In - Poem by Amanda May Moore
spiral. spiraling off into a wild abyss towards beautiful water
fall. falling in deeper into thoughts that make me ponder
fast. faster still I can only feel the air that passes me by
rely. relying on finding the ground before I die
I try to get by, but there is no good-bye
There is no telling why we do the things we do
But as long as to ourselves we are never untrue
We can do all that we need to pull through
And in doing so say, 'Lord, thank-you'
jump. jumping into life without sin
love. loving and giving all to begin
begin. beginning is spiraling, falling, faster and faster, and to live and survive we put our trust in God.
Our Lord who will tell us when
to jump in.
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