Repost: Altered Beginnings Poem

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Altered Beginnings

 

A twist of fate at conception,

When she gave into temptation,

Written in history as betrayal and sin,

A spiral of what one indiscretion could begin.

 

A child was born into hate,

When the regrets came too late,

For the judgment is persecution,

A life sentence of permanent absolution.

 

The child will never understand,

When she follows the footsteps in the sand,

Molded by the past toward a dark attraction,

A plot on the line from a genetic connection.

 

The continuous trouble was expected,

When normal adolescence and much worse intersected,

Changed by the orphanage and its crimes,

A natural evolution while serving her time.

 

A damaged reputation beyond repair,

When the circumstances had not been fair,

Unloved and unwanted by all,

A child that did not know to stop her fall.

 

A wish upon an unreachable star,

When just once she fought to raise the bar,

Puppeteered into the direction of a deadly ending,

A design not of choice but of an Altered Beginning.

 

The woman once child changes by declaration,

When she ends her own judgment at present duration,

Chosen to take a better road and turn life around,

A universal epiphany that joy requires that peace is found.

 

Destiny Booze

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  1. This is a great poem; very profound. I love this poem, Destiny.Urenna


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