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lost and found

butterfly huawei1

If I were an object, I would say I was lost

if broken I would hope to be fixed

found by a stranger, I hope they would rescue me

but, \I am not an object,

I am not lost, nor am I broken

So I don’t need to be found, or fixed

Life is not playing a trick on me

I am in mourning, lost in my own thoughts

realizing that I am in uncharted territory

like a butterfly I am buffeted by the wind

there is no place to hide

on the outside I shimmer and shine

while inside I dip and dive

from the sublime to mediocre moments

while I wait for the  painful reality of now

becomes tomorrow

and another day.

I miss what was

no more no less

Q


Do I feel stressed, no, but tonight I am sad, in May it will be a year since my husband passed…I am overwhelmed at times, at just how much awareness I have of how love is a blessing in all its forms. Thank you my dearest friends, when you reach out, it is a balm and a reminder that love is Universal – You are appreciated and fill my heart with gratitude.  I love you!

PL Precept # 11 Always be with God

PL Precept #18  Each moment is a turning point

Oyashikiri

butterfly – by Zky

Comments on: "lost and found" (6)

  1. May this ease with time – although there will always be triggers

  2. 🤗 Hugs. Well-stated sentiments in your poem.

  3. Stephanie said:

    I am with you in your mourning. My daughter passed away in November 2017. It is getting easier. I enrolled in college to earn a degree in art! That has helped the most. Losing a husband, your love and partner must be so difficult and lonely. Know that I’m thinking of you.

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