Streetlight, Burn Bright (by Yoli Worth)

When you are too cold, standing naked

Take my clothes

And never feel exposed to judgmental

eyes

They don’t understand

Yet

When you are too weak to eat

Come closer dear

In my hand is a bowl and spoon

Let me feed you

Love

When you are too afraid to cry

I draw next to you

Holding a hand out to wipe away doubts

Falling from a hurting

Angel

When you are too ashamed to ask

Don’t be anxious

I will help you no matter what

Together in

Faith

When you are too confused to see

Know I see you

Remember you are your own Light

I will guide you to

Me

When you are too busy to remember

I will watch over

It’s okay that you make mistakes and

walk astray

I always offer

Forgiveness

When you are struggling to wake

I feel your pain

Don’t let temptations take you over

Believe you are

Stronger

When you are alone in a crowd

Know you are not

I stand beside you and keep you

company

Whispering words of

Encouragement

When you are fighting against yourself

I pick you up

Showing you the way to happiness

Where you know you

Belong

For more of Yoli’s writing see:  yoliworth.wordpress.com

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