Fragile Emotions

BY: variousauthors

WFragileEmotionsI'm exhausted and feel fragile,
but I can't go home—
he is there.
My thoughts are a jumbled mess,
so I come to You for
comfort, guidance, and clarity.

I ask You:
How to deal with his
accusations, threats, and lies?
As I wait on You,
restore my strength;
open my eyes.

Give me courage to apologize.
I can go home now.
I calmly stand firm.
I am not alone.

 

 


 

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