Empressjournee Jamaica

I Am somebody dedicated to men & women with depression

“I am somebody/even when my
Presence depict uneasiness
as you show signs of mistrust,
Doubt, insecurities
As if/I may brake, fall apart,
By the stigma of diagnosis
Prognosis
None knows but He,
That I am somebody.
“I am somebody
Even in a moment of disillusion
Even in a moment of feeling unsurety,
Isolated that I am invisible,
Forgotten,
“I am somebody.
“I am somebody
Even when my eyes, words,
Silence, steps,
May be misunderstood
Misrepresented–through fear
No one knows but God
I am somebody.
As I hold my head up high As i silently pray for you
For me when I am weary
When I am afraid when I feel void when I feel like weeping when I am alone in his presence
Even in the darkest moment
I remember
His goodness His mercy His grace
Where I was—yesterday
Where I am—today
And where I will be—in the future
I will say over and over again even in silence
I am somebody
I am somebody
I am somebody
I am pleased to know
Through Him, he tells
Me I am somebody
a beautiful somebody,
His child, just like you!

©2005 Empress M. Spirit
I pray that healing will minister to ever soul in various form of depression
‘One Love

About the author

empressjournee

I was born in Jamaica West Indies, immigrated to the United States of America at the tender age of ten. I've had the great privilege as an uprising reggae singer to perform as an open act for several great singers like Dennis Brown, Calypso Rose and others. I also had the great opportunity to meet Dr. Bettye Shabazz and other great leaders. Because of my divine supreme God, he is using giants and various people to help develop the divinity within and allowed me to see the greatness of his love. I consider myself a singer, poet, writer, and a great performer. I am working on strengthening all areas of my gifts.