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Lost and Found -unedited version-

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Lost and Found -unedited version-

Writing a masterpiece
Takes so much effort and thought
My mind’s settling in my comfort zone – feed me with flawless peace
Words seem to escape me…my feelings mean naught
 
Anger molds me in inside and out…I feel insecure again
Peace barely meets my body
Joy seems to abandon me like an orphan
Faith passed away – it’s buried too far below the debris
 
Have I lost the race?
 
Writing a successful book…writing in general
Takes so much confidence and self-control
My mind is stacked up with debt…
Words splinter my tongue – I can’t repair my tarnished soul
 
Danger is placed in many corners
Happiness is a few blocks away from me
Fearlessness dives into me
Acceptance of who I am – God’s chosen one
 
Have I won the race?
Have I found His grace?

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  1. Date: 4/10/2013 3:54:00 AM
    ... I do not think it's about "winning" in God's eyes - Do your best - that's enough .... (we are only human) - I never looking for that perfect, I look for beauty and heart ..... I found it in your poem ... you write from the heart and soul. - Thank you David. - oxox / / Anne-Lise :)

  1. Date: 4/9/2013 11:14:00 PM
    Love the gift you won. God's grace is worth the race... always~ Linda

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    Date: 4/9/2013 11:17:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    ooh love your rhyme there (grace...race...). Thanks for your kind comment. We all have gifts of our own. -DWB