A flash of light breaks through the clouds of clamour, followed by faint sound – sparking a subtle interest in me.
Dull to most noise, I decide to lend an ear.
Wordless in nature and often ignored, I’m urged to lean in and let go.
A rumble runs its course from stomach, to head, to heart, turning noise into emotion.
Wanting to silence the uproar, I cannot.
I decide I must be-friend the emotion.
Uncertain, even fearful, feelings I’ve held hostage rise like fizzy bubbles, popping as they climb to the surface.
Lament, anger and unresolve simultaneously race to the surface, making it difficult to bear.
Innocent longings are drench in disappointment: What is now grieves what was not.
Former desires brave heartbreak with hopeful tears that not all is lost.
Healing is having the courage to wade in the muddy waters of the uncomfortable until the waters run clear.