But God

In this pool of familiar tears,
I sink into depths of loneliness.
The enemy wants me to stay right here,
Enveloped by deafening darkness.
His lies creep in and push me further
Down a spiral drain.
I can’t crawl out and my screams are silent;
I’m starting to welcome the pain.

But God.

He reaches down into the abyss
To pull me out of my sorrow.
I hold on tight and look only above
For I am not promised tomorrow.
He wipes my tears and gives me a smile
“My daughter, how I wish you could see...
How the enemy lies countless times
But your worth is found only in Me.”

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