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“Still Worthy” – Poetry

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If you’re lost and feel alone –you’re still worthy.

If you feel no one cares – you’re still worthy.

If you’ve forsaken your true path – you’re still worthy.

If you sense the darkness in the air – you’re still worthy.

If you’ve ridiculed the righteous – you’re still worthy.

If you carry wounds and scars – you’re still worthy.

If you fear what others think – you’re still worthy.

If you miss clear skies and stars – you’re still worthy.

If you long for community – you’re still worthy.

If you’re tired of deception – you’re still worthy.

If you dread the coming chaos – you’re still worthy.

If you crave imagination – you’re still worthy.

If you seek joy and healing – you’re still worthy.

If you want to learn to pray – you’re still worthy.

If you regret your past betrayals – you’re still worthy.

If you’re life is bleak and gray – you’re still worthy.

If you’re tempted to end it all – you’re still worthy.

If you’re unsure where you stand – you’re still worthy.

If you’re hungry, sick, or desperate – you’re still worthy.

If you have courage to open your hand –

You Are Still Worthy.

 

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Poetry: Copyright © 2020 by Ena Whiteraven   All rights reserved.

Artwork: Alex Grey (found online)

Quote: Alura Cein

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