PTSD Healing Poetry Is Explained To a Poet Through Divine Rhyme

PTSD Healing Poetry Is Explained To a Poet Through Divine Rhyme

The question came from one who declared himself an atheist today.
He is a poet but does not know how rhyme connects one to the Divine per say.

The answer was given that PTSD healing poetry is inspired from God only.
In this instance it converts His holy Word to bring light to darkness of the lonely.

When we are engulfed in reliving our past trauma we cannot seek the light.
The path we walk has stumbling blocks that give us daily fright.

This may explain why it is so difficult to grasp the hand held out in time of trial.
In Matthew 14:26-31 even Peter faltered in faith as Christ asked of his faith’s denial.

Easier to explain than faith to the atheist is the concept of color to the blind.
Although, through others belief in Eternal Spirit explanation we can find.

Likened to this is to feel the color blue.
Contemplate on emotions that compare to each hue.

White can be understood by the warm rays of the sun.
It is clean like crisp freshly washed sheets and when new life has just begun!

Perhaps then with the gift of Divine rhyme some inspiration will come.
Knowing heaven is only acquired through selflessness and heartfelt searching for some.

What prolongs the detachment of the soul to Eternal Spirit is a cold, broken heart.
The time to feel safe varies, but is necessary for PTSD repression to depart.

There came another question from that dry-welled poet again by email.
He asked what caused this poet’s trauma to make her past so frail.

As anyone suffering or treating those with fright this question is a big no, no!
Even thinking about the past events can trigger it making our mental health go.

It is helpful for us to write what we do or do not feel.
For those with a bowl full of cherries life it is not a big deal.

Hopefully, this explanation will create a more compassionate concept for mankind.
Being educated on what makes the brokenhearted tick is quite a find.

You may not know what it feels like to mentally drown.
Mental health etiquette will prevent making those that do frown.

Here is a tip to share with those that are or have been Blue.
Kindnesses, combined with fellowship are actions for all of us to pursue!

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