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TRUST JESUS TODAY
In the misty moonlight
I shudder to think.
That there might be someone
to offer a drink
to those that are under age.
To those that don’t understand
The suffering, physically and spiritually.
All designed to look like fun.
The chasm of iniquity
that festers until delinquency.
Falling into the abyss of blackness.
Screaming to grab hold of anything
but the starkness of reality.
The reality of uncontrolled pain
as the whirlpool swifts you away.
Away to another drink.
Until…you’ve taken your last.
cold dark reality.
By: Sharon Jones
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