Devotional Poems Words Of Encouragement By Shayna Buchan / last year Share Tweet Pin Share Accidental Change My head was jolted up and down, I awakened from my slumber. My heart was beating wildly, I screamed and then went under. My eyes quickly fluttered open, Watching the snow fall to the ground. In a mass of twisted metal, The smell of death lingered around. It wasn’t real I would not believe, It had to be a nightmare. But just that fast reality hit, Its force I could not bare. I saw the blood of wounded souls, Our legs all intertwined. I did not think that help would come, I had to send a sign. I frantically laid on the horn, Thinking that would make help come. Then one soul I thought was lost, Awakened scared and numb. Anxiety was choking me, I could not hold it back. So I let out an awful scream, As pain made its attack. I didn’t know what else to do, So I made myself calm down. Then my sister reached behind her back, Until my hand she found. My heart was breaking, my legs were numb, I tried hard to be brave. And every time my sister reached, I told her, “I’m okay.” I couldn’t stand to see her trapped, With no way of escape. I would have given up so much, If I could have changed her fate. Finally, our help arrived, I could not dwell for long. They rushed two of us away that night, But two other souls were gone. And although I lost my sister, And a dear beloved friend. Thank God I have a promise, To see them once again!