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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Three Word Wednesday

Tearful, adjective: crying or inclined to cry, causing tears; sad or emotional.

Unsteady, adjective: liable to fall or shake; not firm, not uniform or regular.


Abrasive, adjective: (of a substance or material) capable of polishing or cleaning a hard surface by rubbing or grinding, tending to rub or graze the skin, (of a person or manner) showing little concern for the feelings of others; harsh; noun: a substance used for grinding, polishing, or cleaning a hard surface.




His abrasive words left her tearful
She moved unsteady
From the hurt and the pain

Tearful but determined
Even on her unsteady feet
She knew she would get through
This pain and hurt

Kneeling on the abrasive ground
Looking up to heaven
Knowing that is where her help comes

With tear stained cheeks
Quivering lips
Broken to the core

Looking up
Leaving it all at the foot of the cross
She knew his abrasive words
Would not leave her in this state
Of brokenness forever

With unsteady movements 
Towards an unknown future
Tearful and lost

Each step forward 
Brings her closer to the new chapter
A chapter of fullness and hope
Filled with love

As she looks up to heaven
Knowing her Father holds her
Broken, tearful, and unsteady
Waiting to be woven into a master piece of beauty

Each unsteady step brings her closer
To the beauty and the future
Her Father has for her

As she moves forward with hopeful eyes
To a brighter tomorrow

~Beth~




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1 comment:

Carol Campbell said...

That's the way to look at that kind of situation!