your frown at him daggers your children's hearts; never content, always bitter at him a lifetime of damaging memories flood your body as you hear his hand turn the doorknob's cylinder releasing the latch, opening the door to inferno for all; there's no peace in your heart just resentment that continues to grow with every cry, with every grin, with every action; the seconds that store that pure smile or heartfelt giggle bring joy to your children's hearts could you give them more of those? m. raquel medina
Families always have issues – no family is pure happiness. We all go through deep rooted problems that no words can explain the feelings behind. As children, young or old, we may wish to understand and alleviate such harm, sadness, anger from the people who raised us. However, some problems are simply too large for us to eradicate. What more is there to do but to cherish the seconds of peace in our caregivers’ hearts?