My life in bits and pieces, shared through diaries and creative writing.
Thank you Darla x
Beautiful poem, Kimmie! I especially love the distinction made via "crimson awareness" that we are all "wounded" and don't remain broken because God sees us as whole by His grace. Lovely micropoetry. :) x
Thank you Joy, your thoughts (as always) are comforting x
And, dear lady, those wounds will heal. During the reflective moments and the thoughts of a beloved one who has passed, smile and let it flow.A peaceful, hopeful wishes, your way,Garyx
I was wondering about that description "crimson awareness" too. The word VOID is so powerful isn't it. #weekendbloghop
Beautiful! The Void is so scary but the Crimson awareness can be scary, too.
I'm so sorry to have missed your comment when you posted it.. May 2015 was a difficult time... I lost my Dad on the 12th and was MIA for a while... I appreciate your thoughts... and Yes! The crimson awareness can be very scary. If you see this reply (so late) I Thank you for taking the time to read/comment. All the best, Kimmie.