Word Play Wednesday: Whole Again by Biyai Garricks

Welcome to Word Play Wednesday!
Word Play Wednesday is a weekly feature of written and spoken word poetry. I will be sharing my written and spoken word poems in addition to poems by other wonderful Poets both past and present. If you are interested in sharing some of your poetry, feel free to buzz me and we can work something out.

I hope that you enjoy reading and listening to our thoughts, feelings and rants and in many ways relate to some of them.
Enjoy!

This week I will be sharing a poem I have been writing for a while now but recently finished (I think). I hope you like it.

Whole Again

Like broken glass,

scattered and shattered

into tiny bits and pieces.

Our hearts bleed,

from pain and shame,

from loneliness and brokenness,

from rejection and fear,

from losses so dear.

But as we turn to you,

The one who never changes,

The Almighty,

The Father of all nations,

We hear you silently whisper,

“I will make you whole again”.

So we wait and trust.

and slowly but surely,

You pick up each broken piece,

and glue them all back together,

healing our wounded pride,

every betrayal,

every loss,

every pain,

every stain,

You wash away,

and You make us whole again.

-Biyai


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