Walking you through your storm

“I wasn’t in love with her. And she didn’t love me. For me the question of love was irrelevant. What I sought was the sense of being tossed about by some raging, savage force, in the midst of which lay something absolutely crucial. I had no idea what that was. But I wanted to thrust my hand right inside her body and touch it, whatever it was.” (South of the Border, West of the Sun – Haruki Murakami)

You opened up to me

You dropped the mask

Being yourself

Showing your wounds

Talking about your feelings

Revealing your injured heart

Accepting my offer

Being my friend

Letting me be your friend

Choosing honesty

Finally we communicate

Words that meant something

Leaving me awake all night

I am overwhelmed

Having you as a friend

Accepting my hands

Accepting my ears

I will walk with you

Through this

You will get there

Your heart will know no more storms

This is your early Christmas gift

Us finding your old love

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3 thoughts on “Walking you through your storm

  1. Pingback: Quick Review | ‘South of the Border, West of the Sun’ – Haruki Murakami « Wordly Obsessions

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