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Broken but Blessed

Broken but Blessed
	

I’m broken for now and I don’t know how…but I know it’s not forever and I still 
believe.  Never say never cause’ I surrender to him, all of me.
	Without God in my life, everything stands still…even if I am fulfilled I’m still 
empty, but I’m blessed and I don’t want your sympathy cause I’ll be just fine within 
in this brilliant state of mind.  This is just the beginning, a temporary seasonal 
mode…..so you might want to download and go cause when I spring up from fall 
you’ll upgrade me from a story being told to so many being sold with no holds.
	Then I’m out of sight like a shooting star; you won’t understand how I 
made it this far.  I’m so high on God’s love, that I can never be touched.  Try to bring 
me down, and watch how much higher I rise up.  
Some wonder how I’m broken but blessed and yet have no stress or mess that has 
to be cleaned up…I just look at them and smile cause he’s already begun to work on 
my profile as he circulates me so agile…
And all the while that I wait with patience, he continues to amaze me, adjusts my 
circumstances so I’m free-standing like an angel…my mentality he enhances. So I flip 
the switch with positive insight giving me stability to make it through the stormy 
weather…the idea is so clever and I can free-fall through it all.


By: Aleasha A. Martin


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