Standing in the rain.

Time crawls

to a resounding halt.

My life’s on hold,

It was all my fault.

I’m reminded by the salted tears,

Cascading down my face,

In the showering rain.

My eyes lift up to God.

My bags are packed

and my mind is made up,

to make things right with God.

I have a few coins to my name,

and my debts are shouting

from inside of the envelopes

that are piled up underneath,

my living room sofa.

Yet, in my darkest hour,

My God hears my cry.

“How do I start,

to rebuild the pieces,

of my broken heart?”

Loneliness,

grows no less.

It becomes a difficult test.

His Hand still holds onto mine,

whilst; I’m, standing in the rain.

-A. Brown

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