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I was lost, fearful and broken
I hid my thoughts words unspoken.
My life had no meaning and it 
was lonely to think that I was not loved and with no family.

I was torn and I was sworned into a life of great despair
I was angry and I thought life was unfair.
I looked in the mirror saw my face
Lost I was in total disgrace.

My family was not here because I let them go
How stupid I was not let my love for them show.
I was broken-torn into pieces and I just needed Jesus.
My life plain and destroyed by people that could not be sincere with me and 
seemed annoyed.

My flesh is weak and easily torn.
Now that there is life in me, a hard shell is worn.
A shell of protection for no more deceit. I cannot trust anyone
because I heard lies and went through mistreat.

I was lost. In my eyes you would see a young woman that was not free.
Free to live, love and be happy; I was denied that freedom because I was
caught in total deceit and much distraught.

I now live and my eyes reflect the soul that is no longer lost, but found.
I was broken and now mending the pieces; the words in me are now easily spoken.

Copyright © Lisette Estopinan | Year Posted 2019


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