Still Worthy

If you’re lost and feel alone –you’re still worthy.
If you feel no one cares – you’re still worthy.
If you’ve forsaken your true path – you’re still worthy.
If you sense the darkness in the air – you’re still worthy.
If you’ve ridiculed the righteous – you’re still worthy.
If you carry wounds and scars – you’re still worthy.
If you fear what others think – you’re still worthy.
If you miss clear skies and stars – you’re still worthy.
If you long for community – you’re still worthy.
If you’re tired of deception – you’re still worthy.
If you dread the coming chaos – you’re still worthy.
If you crave imagination – you’re still worthy.
If you seek joy and healing – you’re still worthy.
If you want to learn to pray – you’re still worthy.
If you regret your past betrayals – you’re still worthy.
If you’re life is bleak and gray – you’re still worthy.
If you’re tempted to end it all – you’re still worthy.
If you’re unsure where you stand – you’re still worthy.
If you’re hungry, sick, or desperate – you’re still worthy.
If you have courage to open your hand –
You Are Still Worthy.

Poetry: Copyright © 2020 by Ena Whiteraven   All rights reserved. (This work has been shared with permission of the author.)

Bio: Ena Whiteraven (a.k.a. Henry) is a writer and poet whose work includes elements of mystery, suspense, and fantasy. She’s also a guest writer at Spiritually Awkward Magazine  and active member of the Facebook group “Exploring Angels”, spreading positivity, motivation, and advice for surviving and thriving in the current world”. She is currently in search of publishers and fellow writers who share her vision.

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