February 5, 2019

I Can Release Her

We’ve had this conversation before.

Do you remember?

How many times have I met you before?

26 years of conversations.

Was I talking to you? or her.

Who is her?

How many mothers are there?

I recognize one.

I’m only now just learning about two.

She’s full of anger, I can release her because she isn’t you.

Her anger rises because of injustice.

She deserves to be angry for actions taken against her.

She deserves to heal.

She didn’t choose the path given to her.

Children are placed, it is our duty to protect them.

Her anger a barrier to the past.

She deserves to heal.

Does she believe that?

You need to tell her she deserves that.

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