Blurred Words

Tonight I blurred my words and remembered you, fondly. Sometimes when you blur your words with a

friend—it heals your soul, and you know you’re not alone. You are not alone. The vagueness of life demands

analgesic, and sharing of vulnerabilities leaves the sweetest taste. In the braided arms of

convivial moments and beloved friends comes safety and the sobriety of strength for tomorrow. When the

how, where, what, and when remain as blurred as our words, the who emerges with clarity.

©️Bonnie Saul Wilks

9 Comments Add yours

  1. Understandable. Softer words are usually more effective.

    1. Bonnie says:


  2. Mimi Ribble says:

    Lovely, Bonnie. 💕

    1. Bonnie says:

      Thank you!

  3. Ida says:


    Get Outlook for iOS

    1. Bonnie says:

      Thank you!

      1. Bonnie says:


  4. lamarhowell says:

    That’s something I never thought of Bonnie. But, I guess that’s why YOU thought of it 🙂

    1. Bonnie says:

      Thanks, Lamar!

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