The heart that welcomes you

Heart

The heart that welcomes you here

Should have been your mother’s heart

A heart open to love

Without a locked door

With all feeling sealed shut inside it

With a door bared by rage

That now becomes massive compulsive cleaning

Never giving you a place to rest

Driven out of your body and your mind

Your innocent body begins to hurt

And so you seek succour in substances

Substances become the warm heart of the mother

Absent for years that welcomes you home

But over years that heart grows cold

And you find no rest

Within this icy kingdom

That draws you in with false promises

It will be a journey over a wasteland of ice

That finally leads you to the place

Where you can light an inner fire

To thaw the traumas

And terrible heartbreaks

That froze your soul

Don’t go towards the coldness now, love

Stay here by the simple fire

You are lighting within

Tend your own flame and hearth

Until it becomes a raging bonfire

Of love

And you can find a heart

Within your heart

That welcomes you home

13 thoughts on “The heart that welcomes you

  1. The heart that welcomes you here
    Should have been your mother’s heart
    A heart open to love
    Without a locked door
    With all feeling sealed shut inside it
    With a door bared by rage

    Omg. This physically hurt my heart ❤️

      1. Yes my poems just come to me at odd moments, I get the first line and then it just flows out like a mountain spring. I have to write it down then and there and shape it along the way. It is full of sadness so its no wonder you cried and if you had narc mother you would relate. Hugs. ❤

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