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origins of humility and understanding never saying never.

 

shades of bluish grey,
to almost black  
traces of green and yellow  
perhaps purple around the edges  
colors morph  
twisting into themselves  
s p r e a d i n g † o u t  
spiderweb-like  
a reminder of an inkblot  
to be colored  
like a Rorschach test  
Ohh those questions....  

What †
can †
you †
make  
of †
this?
 




Bluevelvete
Written by Bluevelvete
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Author's Note
I used to work at a local woman's outreach center(program) for about 5 years. From my last year in high school, then fours years after. The center had numerous opportunities for abused women and...
I used to work at a local woman's outreach center(program) for about 5 years. From my last year in high school, then fours years after. The center had numerous opportunities for abused women and children in need and also offered emergency services of living accommodations. There was up to a 130 bed capacity and it was always full, with people waiting for open beds. Where we were located, was kept securely under wraps because of the nature of the woman escaping from the most deplorable living situations I could ever imagine. Not being found was imperative. I learned many many harsh lessons about strength, perseverance and about how much real evil there is that's still alive and well in the world."There but for the grace of God go I" I remain forever changed and humbled
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