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RaeLynn Teller

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Permission
by RaeLynn Teller

Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Permission


 


Do I have permission, I need to move on


Can I stop and smell a rose or hold a child in my arms


To laugh out loud putting an end to strife


Do I have permission to go on with my life?


 


I've done nothing wrong but still I feel guilt


Now I can't see over the walls that I've built


I need to stand in the sun, it's warmth on my face


Do I have permission to accept God's healing grace?


 


I've asked before but I'm not yet free


I take a step and know it's not easy


I may be forgiven but that's not what I need


Do I have permission to let the pain recede?


 


Myself judge and jury, I passed judgment


And I've dealt myself the punishment


Now I must ask myself for a reprieve


Do I have permission to no longer grieve?

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Reviewed by Barbara Henry 10/16/2012
POWERFUL MESSAGE- RaeLYNN and beautiful words to convey it.
Continued success-
Barbara J Henry
Reviewed by Carin Spirit 2/10/2008
Oh, How I can relate this hits home. Thank you for sharing. Love and Warmth, Carin' Spirit
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 1/29/2008
This is so insightful~`*
Reviewed by Erin Woods 1/25/2008
We can be our own worse enemy...Lovely write...

erin
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 1/24/2008
Yes, yes Raelynn you have not only permission but the right to move on dear. You are a wonderful person who have done your time and now it is your time to smile and smell the rose's. You get one chance at life dear so live it while it is there.
Love ya face friend,XOXO
Newfie hugs on the way, Rose
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 1/23/2008
You must do whats best for your soul, Raelynn. You are the only one that can free yourself from all pain and guilt..I believe in you, now just let it all go and feel the brilliant light of healing enter your body and soul...You go girl, live!!!!
Peace, love, and Light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 1/23/2008
The grace given has scattered the blame as far as the east is from the west-blessed assurance-. Everlasting life
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 1/23/2008
I wondered how long it would take you to pen these words? They have been on your heart for a very, very long time. Grief and grieving will always be a part of you, it's your call on the amount of effort you choose to invest. I think, we we begin to ask for permission to no longer grieve, that we are ready to accept the next chapter in our life - l i v i n g. And, you do life so well. I know this first-hand.

I love you. God bless you ------- Kathy
Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/23/2008
When we judge ourselves, sadly we are the sternest court we often face, God forgives, familys forgive, friends forgive yet we still refuse to let it go. Emotional imprisonment is a terrible sentence and a dark place to reside...I wish I had the power to pay your parole but I know it is still your call. Great write

Fee
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 1/23/2008
RaeLynn,

Yes, you do. :) Rest in His arms--He will give you comfort. Beautifully penned introspection.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 1/23/2008
Nice bit of philosophizing to yourself . . . You construct you words, sentences AND premise superbly. . .
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 1/23/2008
Permission...GRANTED, now, go away and start smiling, because the children looking up to you should have a happy teacher.

Georg
Reviewed by Paul Berube 1/23/2008
You most certainly do my friend. The past is gone and there is nothing you can do to change that. It's time to move on; just do it. Well done RL.



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