Poem: Mending

mending

Mending

Here’s what mending means:
that something was so treasured
that it was worth the effort
to painstakingly piece it back together
rather than throw it aside.

Here’s what love means:
that someone was so treasured
that it was worth the effort
to painstakingly piece it back together
rather than throw it aside.

About this poem.

Mending anything is hard work. It takes more time and patience and faith than most of us have But the rewards are worth it. Trust me on this one. I’ve been thrown aside, and I’ve been saved and loved through hard times. I know the value of something mended.

Tom

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