Im A Blessin'

Im A Blessin'

A Poem by Corey Bowen

Through my struggle I made it
Through my sorrows and pains I still made it
Through all those who doubted me here I am still successful
Here I stand cause of the grace of God I’m blessed
Entering this sinful and selfish world having to choose between colors, race, friends,
Here I choose my own destination,
From starting with nothing, no father, no role-model just a lost soul
Here I stand an strong educated man a father and role model
Here I stand with many blessings upon me
I truly can say I’m A Blessin

© 2009 Corey Bowen


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Youa re a blessin' because you are a survivor
You are a blessin' because God loves you and wants you here.
I like how you bare your soul and faith.
Wonderf ul out pour. Gods arms are always open!

Posted 9 Years Ago


Men like you are my hero. I'm Ojibwa/Mexican. The Native American need to get educated and strong. Nothing scare the other folks in this world. A confident and strong man. A powerful poem. Honor to meet you.
Coyote

Posted 9 Years Ago


Beautifully done :) The title is a true reflection of the poem. I love the story painted within the rhyme and rhythm.

Posted 9 Years Ago


oh,boy I like this. I truely understand your feelings on why you are a blessin. and yes you are. this truely says alot of feelings about the world and how you are treated in it. keep it up. good write.

Posted 9 Years Ago



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Corey Bowen
Corey Bowen

Wichita, KS



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Hello my name is Corey, im a young poet from wichita,ks. I have an very beautiful 3 year son, I enjoy spending all my time with him as well as writing, and also the piano, Im a free and open-minded pe.. more..

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