He does not fight nor shout; He does no raise His voice! He does
not crash the weak, or quench the smallest hope; He will end all
conflict with his final victory.,
Matthew 12:19-20
...So there
is not need to scream at me! I can understand clearly...your pain and
agony...but don't forget about me. I was just an innocent
bystander...who never got their dander...up. So, why must I shut
up...about how I feel. My pain and agony is also real...and must be
confessed to heal. A soul caught between the cross fire...who had no
desire...to be there.

Yes, I was forced to suffer, the consequences of others affairs. And
no, life is not always fair...and can sometimes seem like an utter
nightmare. But the beloved do not have to be snared...by ugly words.
For there are more constructive ways to be heard. For "His name shall be the hope of all the world'., Matthew 12:21...there are tactful ways to speak the truth, while giving kind words a whirl. Chosen adverbs, adjectives and superlatives...that meet His...approval. Productive ways to express your disapproval.

I will raise my poetic voice,
Mommy Dearest

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