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Waiting for the Spring Time

January 29, 2014

Spring

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.

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

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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.

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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.

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While I’m waiting for the renewable Spring time,

I’ll pray:

Lord,
heal my wounds,
anoint my soul.

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Lord,
my voice is powerless,
my strength is gone.

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

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

is this the fee?

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Lord,
have mercy on me.

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

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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.

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Let the joy come back to me,

Lord Almighty, I turn myself to thee.

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