23 thoughts on “Desiccated Soul”

  1. Ms Sarah….this is beautifully sad. There may be no “fixing”. But a little rearranging and replacing goes a long way. Your writing is stunning. And I appreciate the courage you take to share so openly.

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      1. Yes they do. It’s one of the reasons I write so much, including my books. It’s also why they’re free. I don’t want to deprive anyone of the opportunity to read because they can’t afford to do so. I hope you have a great holiday.

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  2. I referred to the comment section after appreciating, I wonder how it didnt click me I had read it twice. Perhaps its because the lines are so simple and flowing.. so I think that’s a cap on your feather Sarah, that people reading it twice, would find it back as new again 🙂

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  3. Poignant and evocative words. As an eternal optimist, however, I can’t help but offer that with a bit of nurturing and love, that rose can bloom anew. Thanks for sharing your gift of words, best wishes for an inspired day.

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