Where the Sun Don’t Shine

Stella D'Oro gold

 

Stiff upper lip and thick skin

blocked some of the blows,sure. But

they also blocked something she

needed more than oxygen,

more profoundly than safety,

more urgently than bars.

.

And now that she’s finally

transparent, those places where

her heart is the thinnest let

by far the most sunlight through.

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14 comments on “Where the Sun Don’t Shine

  1. Heidi Viars says:

    so glad she has opened up … to let all that pinned up beauty out πŸ™‚

  2. russtowne says:

    I’m in awe of your talent, Melody. Your words connect at so many levels and meanings. May your work continue to be experienced by ever-greater numbers of people so they too can be touched and enlightened by your mastery.

  3. Caddo says:

    Interesting, and familiar–at least I hope so. It can take a good long time. God bless you BIG–love, Caddo

  4. Isn’t the Spirit amazing, giving and transforming us into translucent receptors! Blessings sweet spirit ! Faithfully Debbie

  5. I’m amazed at how much we can learn from a little flower. Thanks Melody for all your great thoughts!

  6. Debbie says:

    I loved that where the heart is thinnest , shines the brightest light! Wonderfully ministering poem, dear Melody!! Thank you!

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