Tuesday, May 26, 2009

In Pursuit

Once upon a time, there was a girl who was abandoned and betrayed by the very people who should have loved and protected her. She felt all alone in the world and had no choice but to grow up really fast. She had people who loved her, but eventually pushed all of them away. Including her savior, who was the one that loved her more than she could have ever imagined. She was beautiful, on the inside and out. She was talented and had a God given call on her life. But she succumbed to the pain and let it take her under.

This was inspired by her. She is now recovering from the pain and letting people back in her life again. My prayer for her is to never forget that her Savior is always in passionate pursuit of her heart. He longs to love her the way no one else could.

In Pursuit

Once upon a time they left her, they left her all alone. She grew up so fast. She was Alice falling through an hour glass. No, time was not her friend. Love left her again and again. A grown up at the age of ten. She heard of a love that could heal every scar, she tried it, but something still felt a little too far. She tried love, but it let her down. Now she's the one who's left town.

Life let's me down. But just when I think I'm abandoned, love turns my battered head back around. To show it was there all along. I can never run too far. Love's a person in pursuit of my heart.

Love, or so it would seem, was probably easier to find in another scene. Oh if there was a touch that couldn't hurt, but that's all it ever did for you. And now you search but you end up finding what you tried to lose, cause sometimes you can't tell the difference between love and abuse.

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Oh will anyone ever see her again? The little girl in a woman's skin with a heart of porcelain. Who can take the fragile broken pieces of glass and turn them into a perfect work of art? She's still waiting, waiting in the dark.

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(C) Krystal Celeste

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