Anger & Grief

Anger guards the gate to my Grief.

I’m learning – when to ask Anger to take a lunch break, or a day off.

I’m learning – how and when it’s safe to request Grief to leave the chambers and take a stroll in the fresh air and forest.

Let Grief take a walk – freely.

She may wander across Anger – fuming by a boulder or a tree.

They sit together, console each other. And, eventually, they may decide they prefer days off and fresh air, to vigilantly guarding a stagnant chamber they no longer need.

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