Spilt light

Spilt light

A Poem by Tabby Mac
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Redemption and all its glory...from raw reality to beautiful health. A journey that takes a life time but if traveled is wealth.

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It was spilt darkness that took from me

Loss had left me empty

Pains, dark, heavy, scarred

Sadness, blood, innocence charred

Alone, scared, confused and battered

Choices

Rip, tear, or mend whats tattered?

Bitterness, anger, not fair...must fight!

Forgiveness, freedom, love, spilt light

© 2020 Tabby Mac


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Tabby Mac
Thoughts always welcome. Going through a less is more phase! Lol tell me what you think and where this takes you?

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'Spilt Light'
Tabby Mac,
You have addressed where a human being is defined. We live from the inside out. Our inner reality is what is given and shared and is precious or can be. The essence of our being is how and what we give recieve from the Lord if we have given this essence this soul back to Him. This world is an evil place full of iniquity and sin but God. God is the healer. Your poem speaks of our lives, our essence, our hearts. We do not always protect ourselves very well and others do not either. People need Jesus Christ. We are lost without Jesus. Great Poem and much meaning gleaned.
Blessings,
Kathy

Posted 1 Year Ago


Tabby Mac

1 Year Ago

Kathy, you are always so refreshing to me! Your words speak to the heart of this piece.
Thank.. read more
Kathy Van Kurin

1 Year Ago

Hi Tabby,
Life seems more precious more tenuous as the reality of our world's condition becom.. read more

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Added on September 17, 2020
Last Updated on September 17, 2020
Tags: Freedom, light, poem, choices, health, recovery

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I love to write! This is the first time I'm sharing my writing. I usually keep it for myself. Feel free to leave a review I'd like to hear your thoughts! I aspire to write a book some day, but for n.. more..

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