You Tried To Bring Me Down, But You Will Not Consume Me One More Time


I caught a glimpse of the demons,
Who tried to bring me down.

You have ravaged me for the last time…
I will overcome your diabolical plan.

I saw your eyes meet mine in the whirlwind of scorn,
You almost had me lifeless with the fire in your eyes.

You will not consume me one more time!
I will fight for my rightful place,
Where my honor does abound.

You came to destroy me,
At first, I did not know.
I thought I was wounded beyond repair
I did not know how.

But now I rise above you,
I know your scheme…
You will not have me.

My life is no longer in your hands
I take possession of my course.
I leave you to your own wiles,
I trample you down.

You have no platform
To continue on,
I have walked the other way.

I am free to recover all that was lost
I will not pay your cost, any longer.
You are nothing but a thief.
You have no part of me…
Go your way
I am free from your bondage ways.
I am free to find me,
For the rest of eternity.

You shall not have me
I am free!

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Dianna Lynn Jensen

I am a survivor of Generational Pain and co-dependency...and not allowed to talk about it. Silence is golden, NOT. I struggled most of my life to find the path to attack this affliction head on. Little did I know the vastness of its depth, distance, struggle, and strength, but I was bound and determined to see it through, it almost killed me a number of times, but what my mother did leave me was a strong persistence, to keep on keeping on, no matter what! Putting one foot in front of the other, picking myself up when I would crash to the ground of life. I wanted to find a better more effective way than that, that I had observed and lived in during the first 18 years of my life....I thought by leaving and getting out, seeing the world, experiencing it that all would be left behind. So, I dumped the baggage, chaos, and pain of my life where I picked it up....or so I thought. Life taught me differently, that it had to be acknowledged, felt and allowed to heal, then freedom would be found. I DID IT!! (and am still doing it). It is a lifetime journey, but one I have had no regrets taking. I am happy, content, peaceful, which I never thought I would be. NAMASTE.

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