“All endings are also beginnings. We just don’t know it at the time.”
― Mitch Albom, The Five People You Meet In Heaven.
”My life flashed before my eyes.
I saw heaven and hell passed beneath my feet, I almost slipped on mould and blood.
My hatred flashed venoms at me, I gazed at hopes I thought gone, my blood boiled.
I bath with forgiveness and left bitterness behind.
I glided towards the void as life met my weakness.
Horrors assailed my sins and I bowed in pain.
What is my hope? When shall I see your face again?
Your cute rosy cheeks burned my skin and I flinched
as blood rushed to my cheeks.
I love you my angel…
But I know your end is only the beginning.
I’m determined to see you again, someday!”
Life is short… I always say that but I’ll take my words back today. Life is endless, it’s infinity and what we do really echoes through eternity. I tried to summarise my emotions into this poem, and you really have to be my friend, to really care and understand what I’m trying to say. A part of me passed away yesterday, a part I’ve never even met… a baby. My sister’s baby. I tried to hold it in but I couldn’t anymore. Believe me, I fought so hard and though I didn’t get to meet him and hold him in my arms, I felt him in my spirit.
His breath passed my face in my dreams.
“Holding anger is a poison…It eats you from inside…We think that by hating someone we hurt them…But hatred is a curved blade…and the harm we do to others…we also do to ourselves.” ― Mitch Albom
I love Mitch’s words because I was angry at the circumstances surrounding my sister’s baby but that’s life… And as much as I hate to write this post, I had to. But this year has been good, and I’m still grateful for what God has enabled me to achieve.
I would still write another post before the end of this year, and if you’d endured my ramblings thus far, thanks for stopping by!
Much love, always!