Living the Question

How many times do I seek answers from within,
hoping to be lifted
and given the courage to move forward again?

Webster defines an answer  “A thing said, written or done in response.”
Every day  life has it’s own way to define
“Answers are something that hangs out there and taunts.”

Lost in  thought and  a sleepless struggle filled night
Tossing and turning words and actions
Resolution can’t be found, a mind wrestled fight.

What is the question? Where did it all start?
When and where did I become stuck?
When did my insides become so torn apart?

Time will tell me what I need to know
Live the questions and let them be
Answers will come as they have had time to grow.

1 comment on “Living the Question

  1. Beautiful and wise. My experience has been that waiting is worth the agony, that the answers are indeed “growing” while I wait, coming full-term to fit my situation. There is no rushing these matters.

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