You Give Me A Reason
You give me a reason to love like again.
You give me a reason to look forward for another day again.
You give my heart a reason to beat again.
You give me a reason to talk again.
You give me a reason to believe and have faith again.
You give me a reason to smile again.
You give me reason to live again.
You give me a reason to wake up again.
You give me a reason for my depression to go away again.
There’s no more stress in my heart or soul with you I’m willing to give my all.
If things doesn’t work out with you I know you gave me a reason to love someone again.
By Rachel Davis
January 11, 2015
Rachel Davis was born and raised in Northern California. Raised by her great aunt and uncle, Rachel found a voice in her poetry as a young child as a way to be heard.
Rachel says her poetry is an outlet for anything going on in her life at the time. Rachel wants her stories to reach a teen or a adult in their darkest moments and let them know that everything is going to be ok when they give their lives to God. I am openly gay, and I still believe in God with all my heart. I wasn’t born to be gay and I am proud of my decision for being myself.
“My heart, spirit, and soul are in my poetry and that is the only thing I want people to see,” Rachel Shares with us in her reflections.