A new dawn beckons and I have not slept. The trauma of past events makes me acutely aware of the intensity of raw emotion. Raw, deep emotion, naked, painful, brutal.
I am a deeply sensitive man. I look into the eyes of a loved one and I sense their anguish, their desperation. I gaze out the window at the early light. I so wish for inspiration, find the words, the actions, that will bestow a sense of comfort, to the tormented soul, of a child in pain.
And thus the sun rises. The light cast shadows upon the freshly fallen snow. Relax, embrace those positive thoughts, that glow in the inner reaches of your heart. Visualise that bright and happy future.
I am very sad. Yet, I shall embrace all that is good in life. The promise of a new day, gives new hope and renewed determination.
I look out my kitchen window. Darkness still envelopes the snow swept street. What a contrast this is, from the eerie glow, that floated in, through living room glass.
I look out on the edge of a frozen morn. There is great beauty to behold. I recall those times of impending doom. When the symphony of madness, played cynical tunes, in the mind of a lost and frightened man. I think of those times and I shudder. Barely breathing, barely alive, a man who came so close, so very close to ending it all, though a long and lonely suicide.
I look into the eyes of my child in pain. I will stay strong for him, for me.
I rejoice in the glorious prospects of a beautiful day. And now, I must get some sleep.