Night Life

alcoholism pink panther lies on a bench surrounded by empty liquor bottles

Social gathering,

Drink in hand.

After-party cravings,

Slave demands.

By day chase the dream,

Money loves speed.

At night, see the sites,

With lustful eyes.

Get loud,

Sold out,

Addiction rules your life.

Drunk, out of your head,

Life is a wreck,

But what does it matter, the nightlife is the best


Also published on Medium.

About the author, Teresa Blaes

Teresa Blaes has served in various ventures and ministries for the
past 11 years. From running a business and podcast of her own, to running a on-line Christian radio station, she has known the pitfalls that can come from launching things that God has called her to.
Her early years as a child were not Christ centered, in fact she grew
up in a broken home, and came to Christ at the age of 15. She turned
to writing poetry to help her cope with the things in her life at the
time.
After losing her mom and her sight in the same year, she spent 5 years
away from God, where she fell in to addiction to gaming, and wanted
nothing to do with God.
Now recently returned to his work, Teresa feels that many people have
things that are unresolved in their Life, and that is why this
ministry was born.
Currently, Teresa is married, a mother, a podcaster, and poet. Her
goal, to see God reach as many who will listen to the Gospel, so that
all may know Christ.
She lives in Alamogordo New mexico with her husband Michael and daughter Mandy.

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