For A Long Time

For a long time, I’ve been told that grief came in waves. Sometimes the wave is small and it’s easy for us to tell others how we feel. While other times the wave is huge enough to drown us so we remain quiet despite the pain we feel inside.

Despite it all, I never imagined that grief can lead me to a place where no matter the size of the wave I could always write it out.

©ZeinaA.G

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  1. Jokerswild says:

    Writing is magic lovely and the pen is the magic wand, it creates places, people and things beyond our dreams. Think it, write it, and grief without it cause the heart has it covered.❤️

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    1. ♥♥♥ You always leave me speechless!

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    2. Wonderfully put, Roy – as always!
      CRL

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      1. Jokerswild says:

        Thank you my dear friend.😊

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  2. Jokerswild says:

    I can say the same for you and how powerful your soul is.🌹

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    1. Your words are cathartic my dear.♥ Thank you so much for sharing!

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      1. Jokerswild says:

        You’re more than welcome🌹

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  3. It does seem that grief, sorrow and pain can be the best inspiration to write! Perhaps, it’s because the feelings overwhelm the mind and it surrenders control and lets the words simply flow from heart to hand to pen and onto paper? Beautiful
    xoxo
    😘💕🌹✨

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    1. You’re right! Whatever flows from the heart is beautiful and authentic. Glad you liked this post. Thanks for the reblog!

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  4. Glee Sparkle says:

    Wonderful writing 💜 Loved this!!!!

    Don’t forget to Glee and spread Sparkles ✨
    -Nani 💖

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