Stained Glass


Notice of absence from HannahElisabeth
Taking a long overdue mental health vacation. I will check in when I can.


I carry on the remnants

Of everyone I’ve ever loved

Mosaic bits and pieces

Once thought broken

I made whole


I am

But the amalgamation

Of every soul that came my way

Who saw the light

Despite the darkness

Sparking hope for brighter days


And though I do so love the darkness

For the moon, she calls my name

I thank my lucky stars, now basking

In the glow of my own flame

  • Author: HannahElisabeth (Offline Offline)
  • Published: September 3rd, 2021 10:05
  • Comment from author about the poem: Thought I'd take a break from posting my darker stuff and pay homage to those who got me through that darkness. Despite publishing more of my dark poetry recently, I've come a very long way since I wrote those and I'm ever grateful for the love and beauty I am surrounded by.
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  • Inko

    wow well done i love it i love your wording.

    • HannahElisabeth

      You are too kind, thank you!

      Also, thank you for starting the winter fusion poem, I greatly enjoyed adding to that 🙂

    • Violet bluebell( used to be yellow rose)

      Beautiful words ...

    • dusk arising

      You phrased that so well. Many of us beyond a certain age and each with their own card of experiences will know exactly how you feel. There's much to be said for casting free and going it alone.

      • HannahElisabeth

        I'm very fortunate to have learned this sooner rather than later. Thank you for reading and such kind words!

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