Psychic Sterling Sinclair Poem – Child Abuse – Domestic Violence – When a Son Still Loves His Mom, Nov 20, 2014
Psychic Sterling Sinclair
Poem – Child Abuse – Domestic Violence
When a Son Still Loves His Mom
Nov 20, 2014
Mom and I Dance in the Rain
She sat on the step that day
She rocked me in her arms
My lips were all but silent
My eyes were screaming alarms
Here hands swung with a belt so wide
Here voice squealed of banshees
My back bruised and welted
My legs dropped like fancies
She looked as if she died that day
She wet my head with tears
I felt my mother’s worries
I breathed in all her fears
She could not stop once she’d begin
She love to hate the pain
I was her little special boy
I used to dance in the rain
Why Mom would you hurt me?
Why Mom would you start?
Many years of silence passed
I pushed Mom’s sorrow cart
She came by to see me one day
I stood outside my store
Upon the cold sidewalk
Where was my mom anymore?
She looked that day like no mom should look
She’d weathered every blow
I knew she felt what she gave me
I knew she had come to go
No words were really needed
No words could ever explain
She came to me to do one thing…
Mom and I danced in the rain.
Written by Sterling Sinclair (11/20/2014)
Psychic Sterling Sinclair
Auracature – Angel,
January 13, 2014
A little hope goes a long way.
Maybe you need this today.
Know that you are never alone.
Psychic Sterling Sinclair Writing
March 16, 2013
“Bravery and Forgiveness: Is This Your Time?”
Over the mountain of life, forgiveness is a trek through darkness. Only the bravest of people dare embark upon the journey, for the creatures hiding in the caves of hurt and blinding pride threaten to consume our shields of life.
Although our shields protect us from falling prey to hideous memories and agonizing visceral responses to the past, they also trap anger and aggravation while interrupting our view of a joyous future.
To forgive is easier said than done. The time to take the trek comes to us all but in our own times. Some scars require fading before facing. Some wounds require quickly reopening and cleansing before they can heal. Only we can ultimately decide when the time to forgive is the correct time for us to do so.
Although the cave may be dark upon entry, the cave of forgiveness is bright upon exit.
When it comes to forgiveness, we face the ultimate choice between: taking the slow, laborious, exhausting path up and over the mountain of life; OR taking the cave to quickly pass through the base of the mountain.
On your forgiveness trek, which path shall you take?
When it is your time, you will know
YOU WILL BE BRAVE!
Love to You on this Day,
February 16, 2013 we are welcomed into the day of forgiveness. Fun and happy times are momentarily interrupted with notions of familial, family hurt and personal hurt. Is there something for you to forgive? Maybe you should be forgiven? Maybe, you need to forgive yourself? On this day, please remember, although the cave may be dark upon entry, the cave of forgiveness is bright upon exit. L, S