We all are worthy of love, there’s no real hierarchy.
Lay down your weapons, abandon your intimidating armies.
I don’t want to fight you, I don’t want to engage hatefully.
There’s questions I have to ask myself now to love faithfully.
Caught up in my pain, it’s easy to repeat patterns and never change.
My own life is left open to new beginnings and to rearrange.
The truth is…the ones I loved the most hurt me the deepest.
I felt cut down, hurt further and further at my weakest.
The heart builds defenses when under attack.
What we had, we just can’t ever get back.
You can love someone at a distance and let them go with no animosity.
You can focus on what matters, grow more love than grandiosity.
It hurts me that he didn’t love me the way a father should.
But if he ever saw a way to, I believe he would have tried to if he could.
People weren’t born to be abused, but you can do what you can to heal.
I don’t want hate or bitterness to dominate the feelings my heart needs to feel.
Maybe forgiving someone is letting them go, to take back your power and trust in love more.
You have to abandon all the heaviness and burdens to trust in yourself again, to fly free and to soar.