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Waiting for the Spring Time

January 29, 2014


I look forward to the Spring.
More than ever.
I have painted “The Spirit of the Spring”
Her aura is bright and creative,
light and cheerful.



The past month has been like an icy roller coaster.
I have been freezing, inside out.

I know, that I have had inflammation in the surgical area.

I have had difficulties to sleep because of it.
I thought that it was a minor infection,
but the real extent of it became unpleasantly clear last night.

The abscess opened and a lot of pus came out,
from the entirely implant area

and the process is still going on… disgusting.

The only positive aspect is that

I have my first appointment with a plastic surgeon tomorrow.
I really have to know what is wrong with me.


While I’m waiting for the renewable Spring time,

I’ll pray:

heal my wounds,
anoint my soul.


my voice is powerless,
my strength is gone.

I’m just frozen,
I can’t see, which path is the right one.


Coldness burns inside of me,
– is this my payment,

is this the fee?


have mercy on me.


Guide me to a new beginning,
open my eyes
and renew my whole being.


Let in
the energy of the spring!
To flow through my veins,
To remove gently

all my pains.

Brighten my soul,
and make me whole.


Let the joy come back to me,

Lord Almighty, I turn myself to thee.


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