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The Extent of Words:

Words are difficult sometimes.

When I'm on top of the world. When I can't sleep. When my emotions are battling it out.

In these moments, words side on the need for write, yet fight to be written. 

Sometimes, words only go so far before quitting.

Here are some of those moments.

I Will Be Fine
I will be fine.
Yes, I will survive.
It'll be okay.
This life won't drain it all.
I've got a God who'll hear my call.
All will be fine. 
This could have ended today.
This could have ended today.
A single signature: that was all.
Family could have been forever,
Without anymore detrimental delay.

A bold, unknown world.
A bold, unknown world, 
A perfect, new place.
The sight, I don't deserve,
Yet He created grace. 


  1. "Yet He created grace." <-- perfect.

  2. I love those. <3

    Especially A Bold, Unknown World. :-)

    1. That's my favorite too. That's why I saved it for last : )


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