Donna is a lifelong poet and writer, she shares her love of God, and in helping others draw from His strength to get past life's struggles.
Long Gone from Home
Oh, how I wish that I could say what it is that I have to say
But the words won't come out right then they just fade away
I wish that I could trust in you, to believe all that you say or do
But I know it won't last, you'll get bored and just become your normal YOU
How can you look me in the eyes and say nothing to the effect
That you are sorry for what you have done, that you are full of regrets
How can love be so blind when it's seen through the glass door
When you say that you love me as you pour "just one more"
My heart used to follow, all my hopes and my dreams
I used to believe in love and that soon it would find me
I wonder what it would be like to feel the warmth of your touch
Then the second I'm not looking, you take your shot like a gun
They say you reap what you sow, hard to choke that one down
It doesn't work one way for you then leave me fallen to the ground
The bottle has gotten you, it's where you would rather be
Instead of being honest, you always lie to me
What extreme measures does someone have to take
When all you give are false examples of yesterday
I look all around me, tied up, tattered, and torn
One day I will have enough and won’t need you anymore
My heart is held captive, to what memories that I still can see
When our love was true, and you really cared about me
One last shot of that Boldness, that you reap what you sow
When you finally don't need that extra shot... I will be long gone from our home...
"Let me paint you a picture - a picture with words"
Thank you, Lord, for the gift of writing poetry!
— Donna Rayne
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