Poet, Pablo Neruda makes peace with all things broken. He portrays brokenness as a state as natural as wholeness. When things get broken, it's no one's fault. Items fall apart and wear out. People go away, change, break down, and die.
Seeds break open for growth to occur.
Clouds drain rain to nurture the earth.
Walls tumble to open fields.
Everything has the potential to break into renewal and vibrance.
Detail times of difficulty and what might have broken: a relationship, an opening from cracked thoughts, a passage into new life.
Flow into ideas and emotions as you reflect on the waters that swirl around the notion of breakage. Focus on an end result that mends the pieces or creates a kaleidoscopic effect for your enrichment.
Discover what's broken that opens into awareness.
Go into private thoughts. Write with variety, velocity, and vigor.
". . .my heart a blue cup fallen from someone's hands."
- Dorianne Laux