Redamancy

When your own mother did not desire to love you as her own daughter, it becomes harder to believe that someone can love you forever.

Hence when men left me, my heart’s too numb to be bruised. Pain is really something my mind refused. Ever since I was that baby left outside an orphanage door, I have never expected for anything more.

After decades of embracing my single blessedness, I stumbled upon Him who some say can accept and love all my past mess.

It was then I was able to prove that there is indeed someone who can give the love you think you don’t deserve. He is just waiting for you to surrender all your anger-reserves.

©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer

Photo credit: Unsplash, Tumblr

Word prompt: Melinda Kucsera of In Media Res (Thank you, dearest friend!)

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38 thoughts on “Redamancy

  1. “When your own mother did not desire to love you as her own daughter, it becomes harder to believe that someone can love you forever”…that is so sad. But love conquers and love is found! Beautiful Rosema!

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  2. Another great word and word-prompt. (Way to go, Melinda!) The testimony of the narrative is clearly expressed and rational. First abandonment led to no hope in having more. With no hope, feelings are safety withheld. Then an encounter with God–and everything can change. Life with God alters everything. We are on our way toward the best life possible. And making life better for others.

    Teach it–preach it–sister! Your words are strength and promise!

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