Monday, September 24, 2007

Roulette Wheel

I'm so tired I can hardly function, which is why I'm going to bed very shortly. Shocker, actually getting 8 hours of sleep. I can't wait. But, I haven't blogged in a few days and while tons of things have happened, I don't know how to pick just one to talk about. You see, my brain is pretty much like a roulette wheel. Always spinning. A ball, my thoughts, always bouncing around from one place to the other. Which makes it very difficult to concentrate. Also, the best way I can describe A.D.D to someone.

I'm not I've ever explained what the title of my blog means. If I did and I'm a complete goober, then just stop reading HERE.....

Ok, good, you're still reading. I thought long and hard about an appropriate name and finally came up with "Strenght in the Struggle" based off a song by Lindsay Haun, called "Broken". Read through the song and you'll see why it fit so perfectly.


Wake up to a sunny day
not a cloud up in the sky,
then it starts to rain
My defenses hit the ground,
And they shatter all around.
So open and exposed.

I found strength in the struggle.
Face to face with my trouble.

When you're broken in a million little pieces and you're tryin but you can't hold on anymore. Every tear falls down for a reason. Don't you stop believing in your self. When you're broken.

Little girl don't be so blue,
I know what you're goin through.
Don't let it beat you up.
Heaven knows that getting scars
only makes you who you are...
only makes you who you are.

No matter how much your heart is aching,
there is beauty in the breaking....yeeeaaaahhh

When you're broken in a million little pieces and you're tryin but you cant hold on anymore. Every tear falls down for a reason. Don't you stop believing in yourself. When you're broken.

Better days are gonna find you once again every piece will find its place!

When you're broken in a million little pieces and you're tryin but you cant hold on anymore. Every tear falls down for a reason. don't you stop believin in your self When you're broken.

2 comments:

Melinda Lanier said...

This song was a HUGE comfort to me during a recent hard time. It led me to read some of your other blogs and I appreciate and understand your analogies. I hope to return and read some more.

I don't write on here much anymore...more on myspace www.myspace.com/meka051282

Poet4Him77 said...

Melinda,

Thank you so much for your kind words! How amazingly fun that God brings people here to read my thoughts. It's my passion and His glory.

Not many have heard that song... how did you know of it? Have you seen "Broken Bridges"? Great movie.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you come back soon!