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lifes curve ball

life throws you hard balls...
its your decision whether 
you want to let it
keep you down...
I made the decision of letting
it keep me chained to the ground..
my curve balls always stuck me out...
it took me four years to finally
hit that hard ball...
and im taking my time to home plate...
ive been battling satin for too many
I finally stood my ground and told him
enough is enough!!
each day is a new day
and I chose to take it with God
he is my rock 
my savoir 
my everything
hes my drug
my anchor
and nothing can stand in the way
of his power
his love shines through me
and flows through my veins
the acid that ran through my
blood is now gone
I no longer let the devil
throw me curve balls
now the real question
is will you finally 
say enough is enough 
and hit your hard ball....

Copyright © Rose La Traille | Year Posted 2014


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