Revelation of Things Unspoken

Not a word they saidUnspoken words hung aboutPain inside but smiling withoutShe said goodnightAnd away she wentHe asked her to stayTo explain why she leftBut inside she was simply falling apartFeeling nothing is not what they sayNothing is so much better than the painFew will admit and few will speakOf the emptiness that comes from that peakWhen all feels lost and you feel all aloneThough you’re surrounded by those who would answer the phoneThe ones who would stay no matter whatWho are truly there without a doubtPeeking through the darkSeeing past the maskHelping to shine a light withinThrough the dark and stormy nightSo hard to escapeImpossible aloneBut with help escape is realNot just a dream you know won’t come trueNot just a fairytale other feed to youYou’re not alone, never fearWhen you fall ask for helpOthers will come nearFor God is always there to hear“Therefore, ask, and ye shall receive;Knock, and it shall be opened unto you;For he who asketh, receiveth;

And unto him who knocketh, it shall be opened.”
(3 Nephi 27:29)

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