Dear Little Zee Read Count : 9

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Letter to my Inner Little Girl:



Dear Little One, 


Though long gone are the days when you could physically be lifted up and feel so very small in someone's arms.... I promise that I will still hold and embrace you each day. 


When tears roll down your cheeks and the world seems overwhelming, I will wrap you tightly in my arms, so you know you are safe and held and seen. 


And when I am the one who wants to hide under the safety of the blankets and not be seen by the world, I will remember you - the little girl who would boldly run out in the spotlight, unbothered by the eyes on her or worried if she was doing it "right".


I promise to look at life through the wonder of your bright eyes; falling in love with the mystery of it all. 


Like you, I will embrace my raw naturalness and devote hours to adorn myself with crowns made of wildflowers and intricate designs painted onto my face, proudly presenting myself to the world with regality and grace. 


I too will dance wildly, love wholeheartedly, sing unabashedly, and run freely under the warmth of the sun. 


In the moments of doubt, I will return to your sense of utter trust - knowing that I'm always held and everything will turn out okay. 


And in the times I forget what life is all about, I will be inspired by your devotion to pleasure; finding bliss in the simplest of things. 


Thank you.... 


for being my teacher, 

for consistently calling me home to my inner origins, 

and for giving me the opportunity to mother and nurture you. 


You always have a safe haven within my heart. 


I love you, 

     Zee

     

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Comments

  • Maurice  Beres

    Maurice Beres

    She is precious Listen to your heart speak such a beautiful tribute to her brought tears to my eyes and words not exactly like yours but with tha same beautiful meaning for my granddaughter Bianca who we partially raised when her dad was killed - she was two- now thirty two This poem is a treasure

    Apr 27, 2019

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