Don Wooldridge 10.7.2011
My heart aches just thinking about the day your heart gets broken,
Or someone close to you dies, or you lose everything in a natural disaster.
Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers, or your closest friend
Will hear the painful crying and hopes that life would end.
Everyone visits this dark shadowy place of pain, loneliness and despair.
So, what do you do about it?
Everyone says “time will heal all wounds”
But, how much time?
How does one ever know when it’s over?
I would tell you to volunteer at a animal rehab shelter.
Chose the first bird you see with a broken wing.
Put in the time you need to rehabilitate your bird’s broken wing
Learn to care for your bird tenderly.
Learn to Love your bird.
Learn to feed your bird, treat and bandage its wing.
Encourage your bird to move around.
Give your bird more open space now.
Let your bird flap its wings, and think about flying.
And when your bird’s wing is healed, and he flies away,
Your Broken Heart Will Be Healed Too.