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Overdose

I pray to God,
Here and now,
That will be the final addiction I repeat.
Jesus,
Here and now,
Save me now;
You are all I need!
Please
Change me,
Save me,
Forgive me.
Please.

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  1. Date: 11/5/2013 2:35:00 PM
    ....When they seek ME with All their heart ~ I remember over dosing at a high school dance back during the Autumn of 1976. I woke up atop a stretcher surrounded by a wall of cheering teenagers; I waved while covered in my own blood; having fell into a wall; then passing back out ~ Waking back at home in my bed after they had pumped my stomach and stitched my eye. A year into my youth's use of drugs and the first time my parents knew of such ? Telling my mother I felt as living in a house without a heart ~ Afore the years passed by and I realized, what was inside of humanity ? Hang in there. Love, John

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    Date: 11/6/2013 11:55:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Hello Johnny! Thank you so very much for sharing your story. I truly appreciate it. I am so sorry for the experience you have shared and all of the hardships that have came your way, but God uses the tough times for good, helping us to grow. Your testimony inspires me in that maybe, with God, my addiction to gay pornography, which this poem is about, will be abolished. Thank you Johnny. Please contact me if you ever need or want to talk. May God bless you always! Love, Kevin