The hunger for meaning gnaws my soul, And the strings of emptiness pull down my spirit, To a darkness even fear cannot fathom. My heart cries out in grief, as my body becomes a husk, My soul in fritters, shredded by blades of a pain, It can no longer contain.
For some reason, my waning light, Continued to best the winds of agony. Even the when desolation drowned my beaten spirit, My soul held on to the branches of hope. Until you came, and in your arms my heart found a home.
It all makes sense now, seeing how far I’ve come. The admiration for resilience is purely misplaced. For every mile I walked, your tender heart carried me for more. Where my spirit was broken, you mended with love. My heart thanks you for solace in great storms, I savored your worth, and you tasted like my future. And now my soul beams with smiles of a child well fed.