My Father’s Grace

I am a Christian, that fell from Grace,
Yet I have not, forgot my place.
The battles from within, and without,
Took me, to a place called doubt.
I fell, but not all the way,
Straddling the fence, is what some would say.
I’m still standing, this I see,
And that is what’s hindering me.
For if I was to fall, I’d land on my face,
And that’s where I’d find, My father’s grace!

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I'm a very private person who spends a lot of time alone. I meditate on answers to a lot of life's trials and tribulations in life. I am a libra and I believe in true honest justice that balances out equally! I write poetry to help myself and others to see both sides of the coin at the same time- I have wrote poetry since I was 13-been writing almost 39 years now and just started putting it out for others about 2 months ago-
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@james_porter, it is pleasurable to read the rhymes, and more so the humor, given a little mischief along the end. Write more.

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Thank you very much! I thought it was time after all these yeRs to share the things I have written and kept to myself! I’m honoured you like them! Again thank you!

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