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Awakening



I ran until I couldn’t run anymore
I got tired of running from nothing

I got tired of beating
myself to death
It was all in my head
I was dead
But walking as if I were alive

What a challenging time
My mind caused me

The whole time
it was all up to me
How could we blame he?
What a coward thing of we
To not see ...

I’m up I can’t sleep
Are my angels sending messages Telepathically ?
Through synchronicities?
I can feel but can’t hear
I can feel but can’t see

But still I know
there’re here
Next to me

How could it be?
the god in me
When it’s the God of me
I am thee
Don’t try to confuse me

You was close enough b4
But I overcame
And gained more
Of what you tried
To take away !

I grew and vowed
to never be the same

I’m prepared for a new me
To become
the best version of me
that I can be

No one is to Blame but me
I should live & succeed
And do the things
expected of me

As my guides applaud
My efforts & continue
To assist & guide me

I trust that only good
will happen
I trust the divine

I trust the powers
Of manifestation
While on a high vibration
For this I am grateful

About this poem

Transformation to higher self/Rebirth !

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Written on October 07, 2021

Submitted by bt.53428 on October 07, 2021

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Quick analysis:

Scheme AB BXCCX DE DEEEE XFGHE XHE EEEEE EIAXX XI EXEE EXGE XXE XJX GJJF
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 1,077
Words 228
Stanzas 14
Stanza Lengths 2, 5, 2, 5, 5, 3, 5, 5, 2, 4, 4, 3, 3, 4

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