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The Long-Suffering Wife
Believing that marriage was ordained of God; that, like a seed, it needed constant nurturing, she sowed her deep devotion with a hope that stretched beyond an ordinary scope. That hope scanned schisms that had left her desolate- until it reached the heavens with her prayers. Time and time again, her spouse complained or failed to do small things essential to cementing the marriage bond. With unusual restraint, she held her tongue, forgave. . . and listened. If matrimony were the fire in a hearth, she supplied the kindling and the logs; then lauded him for twigs that on occasion he tossed in. Some nights she’d lay a weary head upon the chest of the one she called her husband (when he was fast asleep and didn’t know). In those moments, she felt the beat of that heart he never showed to her. With humbleness she supplicated God that she might find connection with her mate. She wondered and she wondered why. . .if thoughts, invisible, which were transmitted to the Lord, were able to be recieved by Him, why could not her words, directly spoken to the one on earth she loved, be heard? Daily on her knees, she telegraphed celestially with a faith most extraordinary. . . and wisdom came. Her love would not be broken, and she grew. The seed she’d planted took root too and grew until there came a time. . . she laid a graying head upon the chest of one that was her husband (not just in word only); a someone who now watched HER as she drifted off to sleep. With his heartbeat strong in her ear, she heard him whisper softly, “I love you” as he kissed her cheek goodnight. For Audrey Carey's "To Err Is Human to Forgive Divine"
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