I Am Okay

by Krista   Sep 5, 2012


They're gone.

The doors have finally shut and

all those voices telling me I'm

worthless, stupid, ugly, nothing -

they are gone.

Now they are replaced with songs,

songs with melodic harmonies of

hope, optimism, truth, peace.

All I feel now is my faith renewed,

confidence charging towards the retreating battle.

I know, deep down in my heart and soul,

I will be okay.

No longer will I be a victim,

helpless to the depression that crushed me

for so long, placing me in that cave

so far down where light no longer reached.

I have conquered those fears,

climbing through until I see the sun.

I'm tired and weary, but strength is

filling my bones, energizing my spirit.

I

am

okay.

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  • 7 years ago

    by Mister 47

    Life will always give us peek times after the down times, no matter the night get dark , or more scary , no night lasted for ever , they will be sunshine someday. just remember u are never alone , there will be always somone you never know about , that is watching over you... somewhere ... sometimes.... that will look over you from some corner ... ... i am glad that somethings got replaced with something more beautiful in your life ....... it has been long i did not read something for you this positive i can feel :) great

  • 7 years ago

    by Rebecca Bentley

    I love it! its packed with so much triumph!! an ending which is truly deserved! great flow, and great sense of comfort :) it gives me hope that there is light at the end of this very dark tunnel. very nicely written

    well done! :)

    5/5

  • 7 years ago

    by Ingrid de Klerck

    I always knew you would one day find the courage to climb out of that cave, Krista. You've got a good head on your shoulders, can't wait to see you achieve what you want for yourself. Go show the world some girlpower<3

    Welcome to Ravens Haven, hun

    *hugs*

    5/5 Ingrid

  • 7 years ago

    by Darren

    Like the hope and determination in this,

    I would just get rid of the double line spacing and change 'they're' to 'they've'

    have is past tense which suggest they have truly gone.

    apart from that this was a great piece,

    welcome to the ravens haven