Pain

Pain.

Pain in the moment.

A song to sing, a story to tell.

A sojourner’s heart to bind and heal.

Pain.

Pain in the memory.

That should be my happy wife.

That should be my faith community.

Pain.

Opportunity lost in the moments and the memories.

In the constant.

In the change.

My companion.

Pain.

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9 thoughts on “Pain

  1. Trevor I respected you, I followed you. I stopped for a while when you wouldn’t respond to me. You ignored anything I asked and never responded to my comments. I am really interesting in what you have to say today, but I wonder why you ignored me before. If you don’t want me to follow you or comment just tell me. Hugs

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