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HEAD above water

VOICES IN MY HEAD TELLING ME TO BRAKE FREE FROM THE STRESS
THAT I ADDRESS DAY BY DAY SEEMS LIKE YESTERDAY I WAS FINE
HAD IT ALL TOGETHER BRAVING THE WEATHER THE STORMS WERE MY NORMAL
WAY OF SURVIVING EACH OPSTACAIL WON BUT LATELY TO RUN DOWN TO FINISH
 TIRED OF MY OWN DICTIONS TRYING TO STAY ABOVE WATER  PREVENTING
NOT TO DROWN UNDER FOUR FEET OF WATER ASKING SELF WHAT REALLY MATTERS
THEN OR THE NOW FOR THE THEN IS DEAD AND GONE THE NOW IS PRESENTLY VERY MUCH
ALIVE THE OLD SELF LINGERS IN HOPES TO RECOVER WHAT WAS TAKEN AND FOREVER GONE
TRYING TO KEEP UP WHEN THE LIGHT IS HALF BRIGHT WITH NO SIGN OF GUIDANCE 
NO DIRECTIONS NO INSTRUCTIONS THROWN IN MY  OWN DEMISE 
STILL STRONG TRYING NOT TO GET IT WRONG STEP BY STEP HEAD STRONG 
LONGING TO GET BACK  TO THE NORMAL WAY OF THINGS DIFFERENTLY PUT 
TO FIT THE NEW ME HALF THE PERSON STILL THE FIGHTER NOTHING HANDED ALWAYS
STRIVING TO GET BY WITH LITTLE TO NOTHING WAITING ON THE DOOR TO OPEN
WINDOW OF BLESSINGS SWING WIDE OPEN AND FIX ALL THAT IS BROKEN BRING A WAVE OF HOPE  ENOUGH TO STAY  FLOAT I KEEP A FIRM HOLD ON THE ROPE TO KEEP FROM DROWNING 
WITH EACH STROKE COMES A WAVE OF OPTICALS NOT TO DEEP TO DROWN IN ABLE TO SWIM AROUND 
HEAD OVER WATER ABOVE ENOUGH TO BREATH IN A DEEP BLUE SEA OF EMOTIONS 
THE FIGHTER IN ME STRIVES TO SURVIVE THE WAVES THAT TRY TO DROWN ME
WHILE THERE IS ALWAYS A WILL ILL FIND MY WAY BACK WITH MY HEAD HELD HIGH
STRONGER  POWERFUL UNDEFEATED OVERCOMER ACHIEVER 




Copyright © mirian parrilla | Year Posted 2016

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