✨✍🏾Kintsukuroi – By, Maxwanette A Poetess✍🏾✨

*Kintsukuroi

The journey of this life has left scars,

embedded deeply within my being.

 

Experienced moments,

become the spider-like web of construction.

 

Mirrored cracks & creases,

are the consistent reminders that I lived.

 

I wear my battle-wounds PROUDLY,

for they’re the trophies of life continuing &

lessons learned.

 

As I Am,

exhibiting the freckles of time,

 

Honored preservation,

a reminder of the existence I bare.

 

“KINTSUKUROI!!!”

I breathe & live again.

 

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“This poem was inspired by the Artist(The Alchemist) of the piece pictured. I added my gold lines to support this poem.

I looked at it & I saw myself in a variety of ways. Dynamic Artist!” The piece in its originality is located below.” ~Maxwanette A Poetess

 

*Kintsukuroi (“golden mend”) is the Japanese art of mending broken pottery using lacquer resin laced with gold or silver.

 

http://www.becomingwhoyouare.net/japanese-pottery-can-teach-us-feeling-flawed/

By The Alchemist

 

✨✍🏾I Had Forgotten – By, Maxwanette A Poetess✍🏾✨

I Had Forgotten

Within the pain,

trying one’s best to live again.

The wanting, needing,

the constant feelings.

The past fears of rejection,

blinded loves interception.

As the cold harshness,

left a bitter taste on life’s palette.

Beautiful in one’s existence,

a reminder of the Universal Purpose.

Saturated with the essence of life’s joy.

Glowing with the magnificence of Self.

(Deeply Smiles)…Oh yes, I had forgotten.

©Maxwanette A Poetess