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A broken geneology written to shine By: Joey Diatte A crooked line of decietful acts Bizarre mixed interactions where joy still lacks With life as light as air
by Ariel Douglas (3 November 2018) I feel like a mouse In a maze Surrounded by different paths
by Ariel Douglas (2 June 2018) I believed you I trusted you You broke me You used me You never loved me You took my heart
by Ariel Douglas (19 October 2014) You know that something's wrong, You've known it all along. You're searching and searching, Falling, tripping, lurching,
by Ariel Douglas (27 October 2016) What do you see? My smile? My fidgeting? What do you hear? My chatter? My rambling? What do you feel?
by Ariel Douglas (15 October 2014) Your fruits are poisoned berries, A cursed apple from a fairytale. You scream "Don't judge me!"
by Ariel Douglas (13 November 2014) A perfect fit for me Like I've been searching for I really feel You here In a way hadn't before
by Ariel Douglas (4 June 2018) Ivory A snowflake drifting down from a cotton cloud Pure as the undisturbed drifts on the top of a mountain
by Ariel Douglas (23 October 2014) At the end of the world there will be fire At the end of the world there will be pain and war
by Ariel Douglas (31 May 2018) God’s face is all around us Walking down every street His eyes His nose His cheeks
by Ariel Douglas (22 October 2014) It all depends on point of view What this symbol means to you To some it’s cute and fashionable To others it’s mean and tough
by Ariel Douglas (16 October 2014) I see you every day, Acting how you do. I hear the words you say, Whoever you're talking to.
by Ariel Douglas (14 October 2014) The world is crumbling before our eyes, War and conflict echoing on the skies. But He is still God.
by Ariel Douglas (17 June 2016) Empty dorms and empty hearts Raging storms, we're torn apart Lonely thoughts and lonely souls
by Ariel Douglas (22 October 2014) Worship is more than singing pretty Worship isn't an impression It's not a popularity contest And it SURE isn't American Idol
by Ariel Douglas (14 November 2014) You speak as though you know him, but we all know that you don’t. I try to tell you about him,
by Ariel Douglas (20 October 2014) I know exactly what you’re doing, I see it in your eyes. For that matter I’ve heard you say it, you’re running away from God.
by Ariel Douglas (14 November 2014) Lord, I’m getting sick of waiting but I know that just means I’ll have to do it longer God, I want an answer now
by Ariel Douglas (18 November 2014) I knew I was lost when my life spiraled out of control. I knew I was lost when I no longer wanted to live.
by Ariel Douglas (21 October 2014) Broken hearts, broken spirits In need of love, but never know it Crawling through life small and vulnerable
by Ariel Douglas (16 November 2014) All I ever hear you do is complain You complain about the sun, the snow, and the rain All I hear you talk about is separation
by Ariel Douglas (10 November 2014) Your body is broken and bleeding Self-inflicted, these beatings Your sin is leaking red from your flesh
by Ariel Douglas (14 November 2014) To you it's an opportunity To end the life we love An opportunity to take a chance To gamble with your life
by Ariel Douglas (10 Novemmber 2014) I watch you shake your fist at heaven I watch you scream and shout “I don’t know if You’re up there!”
by Ariel Douglas (6 November 2014) I see it in your eyes Your desperate ploy for my approval You’re believing these lies But are loathe to assist in their removal
by Ariel Douglas (29 November 2014) Broken Bones Broken People Shattered hopes Shattered dreams Devastation Decrepitation
by Ariel Douglas (6 November 2014) Don’t you see my heart bleeding? My blood filtering through your fingers? I lay exposed before you, in no way an inappropriate way.
by Ariel Douglas (8 October 2014) Sometimes I feel like I’m all alone even though I know You’re right beside me. Sometimes I think I’m on my own
Winters Own Godsend. Oh. Snowdrop, Perfect, Fragile, Pure; Why Do You Bless this Season, Which is Harsh Cold and Raw.
The Last Leaf of Winter I Am The Last Leaf of Winter, Still Clinging to My Branch; Though All Through The Autumn, The Wind Howled, You Haven’t a Chance.
In a Moment or Two. Dear Friend I Miss You, It’s Hard To Believe; Life’s Journey You’ve Left,
Diamonds. Cut Like Diamonds, The Earth, The sky. Cut Like Diamonds, The Mountains High.
Long Ago Days The Chirp of the Sparrow, the Sound of the Thrush; Strike Me as Not having the Time, for Our Work a Day Rush.
But I’m broken. And now anger overflows within me. And I still feel lost. Not because I still love you, this isn't even about you anymore.
by Ariel Douglas (19 February 2016) Breath In my lungs Tears On my face Sun Setting on All my dreams Desperate Crying out Stranded No escape Deserted
My beloved, Here we are, my lips to your ears. May the sound of truth echo a melody in your chest. I have given all I had just to reach you,