The Stranger, The Better

As God’s hands rose from the Earth,
Thunder and lightening shook the Ocean
The Sun was obliterated in sight
By a violent and thick rain storm

In the middle of a wreckage of sins
When the rays of Sun finally came,
She was still very much so awake
She watched the sky change into many of colors
Because sleep was her dire most enemy

Then, a rainbow made her heart drop
Suddenly, God had sent a miracle
Angels peaked through after the storm’s last wave ended
In which she felt something whispering from eternity,
“Relax, you are a child of God’s eternal promises.”

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