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When we are Hurting inside--emotional pain
by Stuart Ross McCallum
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Emotional pain is invisible to the naked eye, however, when we hurt inside there is no pain that compares.

 

When we are Hurting inside

 

Our lives can often be difficult, harsh and unkind...dealing with highly emotional situations, unable to unwind.

When we are hurting inside our pain is much more intense, there are no medications to get some relief, overly active minds, unable to relax, another night without sleep.

Desperately, searching for a solution, all  we can draw are blank...becoming frustrated, falling in too deep.

Try not to be too hard on yourself and allow a rapid decline. Many of us have been there and nearly crossed the invisible line.

There is always hope, even when our lives are crumbling in a state of decay. Pry open the door of hope and let some sunlight in...the emotional pain lessens at the start of a new day.

Reach out to positive people and listen to what they say.....we all deserve to be happy and enjoy every new day.

Thank you for taking the time to read, "When we are Hurting inside", I sincerely hope you are sleeping well.  

 

 

 
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Reviewed by Sara Coslett 10/14/2012
Stuart, excellent! This is precisely the poem I needed to read today. Thank you for posting it a few years ago. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Paul Judges 7/26/2010
Very well expressed, Stuart
Reviewed by kg cummings 4/13/2009
Hello Stuart. Nice to see you here, I know you from Goodreads. Your poem hits the nail on the head as I am a sufferer of depressive anxiety disorder. I could so relate to your words. Your friend, Kathy
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 2/8/2009
We sometimes wear that "mask" to cover-up our true emotions when we are hurting so deeply, and, sadly, a lot of people never reach out for help when they are most desperate. I think that is why it is important for us (humanity) to be kind to one another as we never know what the other person is enduring or how they are struggling. Hope ... without it, there is nothing. Very emotive piece, Stuart. My heart and prayers are with you all in Australia today. ~Elizabeth
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 1/25/2009

Sublime message to inspire and guide... A poetic ambrosia.

In admiration,

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 12/8/2008
Hello Stuart,

'Inspirationally' perfect!!


Best regards,

Lance
Reviewed by Tony Jenkins 12/8/2008
We not only deserve to be happy !

It's our God given right.

Take control. It's all good.

Tony
Reviewed by Denise Edwards 11/15/2008
Very inspiring write, Stuart. I am not sleeping too well, but I use these waking hours to meditate and read uplifting books. I find peace and courage from my bible, I pray and talk to God, then I can rest. Thanks for sharing this, Stuart!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 11/4/2008
A warm and wonderful poem that uplifts the spirit.
I too am familiar with pain emotional and otherwise;-)
Thank you for sharing!

Eileen
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 10/27/2008
Thank you, thank you Stuart as out of the ashes life does begin anew and your offering of hope is so enlightening...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by David Delaney 10/27/2008
G'day Stuart, this is a beautifuly written poem, love the rhyming pattern but most of all love the meaning that comes within.
Wonderful mate.

Dave.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 10/27/2008
Hi Stuart,this is a well written poem.Your poetry are always full of advice that is helpful and informative where people can disgest it in their souls to become better human beings.I remember when I read this poem by Slyvia Plath in high school and she talked about people wearing masks to cover up what they are feeling.Its important that people have someone in their lives whether its a friend or a family member to talk to about our problems.All of us need sunshine and the last thing people need or want to hear is people judging them for their problems.All of us deserve to be happy like you said and have much needed positive guidance to make through the hardships of life.Your poetry is therarpy to anyone that is feeling sad and down.You have a beautiful soul and its always a pleasure reading your poems.take care

Edwin
Reviewed by 000 000 10/27/2008
Wonderful words written for others-- from a wonderful caring person. You have shared once again, a heartfelt writing. Thank you Stuart,
CarolHawks
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 10/26/2008
I one time about 15 or so years ago got very close to crossing that "invisible line", would have to, but someone kinda caught me, so now I have been on Zoloft ever since and I seem to stay mellow even when I am working only part time and looking at a bleak, moneyless, foodless future...something will work out on this end, hope things are okay down under too...Ed
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 10/26/2008
Oh my,wonderful writing,I really like how you did this sweet man....outstanding....be well and always safe...Hugs
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce 10/26/2008
Dear Stuart:

Thank you for such a timely write! You must have read my mind. I needed this so much!!!

Hugs to you,

Sandie Angel :o(
Reviewed by Linda Law 10/26/2008
Stuart, you seem to reach into my deepest thoughts...but I suppose it's because we've both been there before... Thank you for the calming words... I really needed them today... hugs and love always, lindalaw
Reviewed by Ingeborg von Finsterwalde 10/26/2008
Thanks you for those encouraging beautiful lines. Your poem made my day.

Ingeborg
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 10/26/2008
Nice, very nice!!!!!!!!! I LIKE IT!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
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