Transcendence

A Poem By Gina I. // 10/13/2016

Beyond life
Will I find rest?
Beyond sorrow
Will I find joy?
Beyond chaos
Will I find peace?
Beyond hate
Will I learn to love?
Beyond death
Will I be alive?
Beyond reason
Will I lose my mind?

Will I transcend?
Rising beyond
All the pain of this life
Will I rise again?
Defying death
At last with my Lord
Transcendent

Comments

With God all things are

With God all things are possible. :)

Damaris Ann | Sun, 10/16/2016

God uses the milestones as stepping stones to bring us closer to Him. We may not see it in the moment, but we can always look back and see the memorials of His love in the crumbles of our stumbling blocks.

I do

I do know that. I claim Christianity without a doubt, but I do like asking questions that prod other people to consider things like this.
On another note, I actually wrote a second part to this, which I'm adding.

Gina I. | Sun, 10/16/2016

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Gina, I just went on your

Gina, I just went on your profile page. Did you just delete alot of your posts? Nooo... :(
like the repetition in this, and at the end you give one word, which emphasizes it. Nice.

Lucy Anne | Mon, 10/17/2016

"It is not the length of life, but the depth of life." Ralph Waldo Emerson

yeah

I cleaned out my page a bit. The stories I left are the ones with the biggest chance of continuing, although it's still not huge. =P I seem to find my better writing in poetry, non fiction, and short stories, so we'll have to see what happens.

Gina I. | Tue, 10/18/2016

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I figured. :) I like to ask

I figured. :) I like to ask such prodding questions, as well. :) I love the last bit you added. Like Meghan said, the one word at the end boils it all down and finishes it. Quite perfect. You have quite a lovely gift with your poetic mind!

Damaris Ann | Tue, 10/18/2016

God uses the milestones as stepping stones to bring us closer to Him. We may not see it in the moment, but we can always look back and see the memorials of His love in the crumbles of our stumbling blocks.

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