For days like these…


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Evil gets to come in and put up a fight, but it does not come out triumphant.

The atrocities seem to overtake with feelings of despair and God feels distant.

There are days when darkness seems to prevail and apathy is evil’s greatest weapon.

When the sunshine’s warmth doesn’t connect with my flesh.

When I’m surrounded by people and feel lonely.

When it’s a fight to get through the day and the façade is exhausting.

When your head is a foggy mess.

When things feel hollow and empty.

When the darkness seems like it is overtaking.

Wait for the warmth to hit again.

Wait for the fog to lift.


2 Responses to “For days like these…”

  1. Mindy on March 5th, 2018 8:01 am

    This is awesome, especially the ending.

  2. Coda Walston on March 6th, 2018 5:20 pm

    For days like these you do you best, for what goes use must come down. Life is full of despair, but that dose not have to be a bad thing. If you shine a little light on it, you see beauty over the pain.

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