SILENT STORIES YOU SHARE


I saw my parent out the front of the house.

I was about 7.

My other parent was still in the farm house.

We just moved into town.

I felt the deep weight of her sadness.

In my heart.

I couldn't go to her.

I couldn't hold her.

This is how I am still today.

I feel the energies of others.

Deeply.

Even those I pass in the street.

They are heavy waves.

That hit my body.

I say nothing.

Yet I feel it all.

Always.

With everyone.

Sharing silent stories to my heart.

Unknowingly heard.

And pain shared.

My parent still thinks of that time.

The parting.

Every day since.

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