Set Her Free - Poem by Suzae Chevalier
Doing the Best to Survive,
I couldn't run and hide.
Fast forward to the present time,
Loving the little child inside.
I have to heal that frozen parts of me,
chipping at the ice to set her free.
Spells cast when I was young,
forming agreements I didn't agree on.
Only tricked to believe,
things said were not true about me.
Now, I'm older, I can form new beliefs,
new beliefs to set her free
the wounded child that lives in me.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on January 26,2012
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