Amen



I'm gonna say this proud because God is greater than the enemy. No lies or fabrications formed will continue on successfully. Love can hurt and break your heart but mal intentions attack you mentally.
They've tried their best to take me down I won't let their hatred get to me.
I'm in control of my life no person can get the best of me. I have power in my situation and I stand against it defensively. What's happened may still be now but it isn't the final destiny. Any involvement with my family and the police will be arresting me.
Come hell and high waters let these trials keep on testing me. I'll school anyone on life consider all of the lessons free. And if you don't like who I am by all means go ahead and message me. Because everything I have been through God has kept on blessing me.
 So may I ask that when you pray please don't forget to mention me. God bless my babies Kenny, Roxalynn and also Emberly. We are victims of a system but I don't need someone defending me.
For this situation belongs to God who eases me with serenity. Honesty will prevail you will see the truth eventually. Sometimes I'm so exhausted I just don't have the energy. Defeating my demons again with angels standing right next to me.
We're separated now but reunified is what we'll get to be. You're are the blessings of my life you are what God has sent to me. Life will soon get better I know this most definitely.  Inevitably we'll get to be what God has always meant to be.
Amen 12/21/2022

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Originally written as a personal rap verse, it is about the hardest part of my life that I am currently going through

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Written on December 21, 2022

Submitted by MiseryInc on January 12, 2023

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Words 285
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Stanza Lengths 8

Christopher McKay

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