Chosen

Chosen

A Poem by sinNsincerity

I have been chosen to place a foundation upon this world.

Showing my faith,

Indeed spilling out my soul.

Its blood decorates the stone.

Giving you a visual of me: the unknown.

To be known and to allow you to have the knowing that you are not alone.

I’m blessed to have eyes and ears.

To see and hear beauty, but will you take the time to notice?

Accept and embrace everything!

Throw the hate and grudges away please!

Although we cannot see grace, we are all standing in it.

Eulogia: good words giving a connection to speak with you revealing the truth and nothing but it.

I’m like anything you have ever, or will come across.

I’m not perfect.

Every day I carry my cross on my back.

I’m dragging my sins to salvation, so they’ll be forgiven.

There’s freedom to do stupid things, freedom to make mistakes because I am human.

I’m not a wind up being.

I have my own mind and I make my own choices, so for that I am thankful.

Am I existing for myself, or existing for you?

I’ll love and cater to you all because I love to see your smile and no matter the struggle, it’ll all be worth my while!

I’m taking off enough time, so I can give you all of mine.

I will never hold back, so please allow this to come to life.

Of all eons of time I’m just a small fraction.

Just to have an impact on one soul will be my satisfaction.

The foundation for me can be the foundation for you because we are all chosen!

If you understand this, let it be told.

Take it back, life, love it!



© 2015 sinNsincerity



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"There’s freedom to do stupid things, freedom to make mistakes because I am human," as a virgo woman this concept is always a struggle to grasp. Cause being a perfectionist is one of my major character flaws, so that line was especially special to me.

The message was clear and precise and relatable! I enjoyed it!

Posted 1 Year Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

I know plenty of Virgos and I get along with them quite well< but I'm a cancer, so I pretty much get.. read more



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Great piece. There's a touch of intensity that drags the reader in, which makes it even better. I like the first few lines, giving such imagery to hint at your meaning and intentions that were poured into this poem. Very good job. Stay inspired.

Posted 10 Months Ago


God bless you, this is such a beautiful poem, it's freedom, it's love, it's comfort, it's faith, it's comforting. Thank you for sharing this, a poem like this is one of a kind, different and could change the world.

Posted 11 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

10 Months Ago

I would love to think so.
"There’s freedom to do stupid things, freedom to make mistakes because I am human," as a virgo woman this concept is always a struggle to grasp. Cause being a perfectionist is one of my major character flaws, so that line was especially special to me.

The message was clear and precise and relatable! I enjoyed it!

Posted 1 Year Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

I know plenty of Virgos and I get along with them quite well< but I'm a cancer, so I pretty much get.. read more
I think you should put together a section of your poems just for these messages.... You will change one mind that will change the world. You are a fire stick that sparks the light to the paper...

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

I did so before, but then decided to alphabetize each poem so that the may stand alone. i'm current.. read more
So beautiful! I have no words, your pieces always leave me with a sense of peace and calm. Thank you.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

Hearing so brings joy to me Edana. Thank you!
if ever there were a mic drop worthy moment... this would be it! This is like fresh air to a closed off world. I have nothing else to say but Amen brother amen

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

I just wanted people to see what I'm really about.
Isn't that the question of the century? Or perhaps of the eons? What is life's purpose? Should I live selfishly or selflessly? Who's to judge me? For I am only human. Brava, once again.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

Eons for sure. Sometimes I ask myself- what is truly my purpose, and what is the purpose behind that.. read more
EssenceofDaringx

1 Year Ago

I definitely suffer from overthinking as well. I can never see to shut my brain off lol
sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

hehe I feel you. I like to call it pleasant overthinking lol
"I’m dragging my sins to salvation, so they’ll be forgiven." What a powerful line!

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

Thank you Celine, I hold these words close to my heart, so I'm glad you liked them.
i like it a lot !! thanks for sharing

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

You're welcome, I'm glad that you did.
For me, this poem gave off a dark tone and I like it! My favorite line: "Its blood decorates the stone." That is a cool imagery in my opinion. Lots of good wording and imagery!

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

sinNsincerity

1 Year Ago

hehe, this isn't meant to be dark at all lol

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