Bittersweet Music


Fate


Life hates me
It wants to throw me away
It goes out of it's way every day
I feel myself breathing it
I want to scream it to the sea
But I see what is right in front of me
I see all the love that surrounds me
I see the innocence
Of a child right under my nose
Their sticky love covering their face
I see the nibble of my sweet puppy
Their love enters me in simple ways
I have a stranger excepting me
In their home generously
I have a friend who has crept
In when I needed them most
I have some one to love
I have a purpose to stay
Because I have blessings of the everyday
It makes me strong enough to be worth my days
It makes my burden worth carrying
I am strong enough by that grace and I see it
It helps me realize that life
does not hate me at all
It's just making me
It is fate

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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