A Release.

I have released a great pain from my heart. (thank you, stranger, for listening; that is all I have ever wanted—someone that is willing to listen; and you have done that admirably) (and now) I am ready to move on.

I am calmer now. Slightly at peace. The balance is returning; I am spent, but optimistic. Careful and cautious, but filled with the tiniest spark of joy.

And it is thanks to me and you—whoever it is that you are. (know that i love you!)

Stranger, After keeping this great pain inside for 5 days straight; after thousands of tears and suicidal horrible thoughts, I released it all.

And I am calmer now. Slightly at peace. Careful and cautious, but filled with the tiniest spark of joy.

And it is thanks to me and you—whoever it is that you are. (know that i love you!)

Stranger, I released a great deal of pain from my heart. And I did it in less than two hours. And that, my beloved, is the power of being in love (and not just loving; but lets not ruin the “prose” for this) with your passion.

Thank you for being here. Thank you for listening. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

Wherever you are, Good morning, Good afternoon, Good evening, Good night.

(good luck!)

(and in whatever it is that you do,) Godspeed.

Much love,

C. W.