Wise Pick For 8 January

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Wicked Bad Girl
The imprint left by abuse
stays there, forever.



Jo Mac Del Cas

In the tranquility of my mind,
your sickening voice roars.
taunting me.
deafening me



Debra Pry

My strength was stronger
than your voice.



Ilda Coelho

Shadow thoughts



Sherry Greene

You are long gone,
But your loud abusive words
Linger in my ears.



Lisa Dutkiewicz

Your words filled with fire
still burn in my ears.



Elizabeth Willis

I have learned to blend your verbal abuse
into the universe.
I don’t care anymore.



Sulekha Pande

The bitterness of some words
Lingers on, in the soul,
Long after they evaporate into the air.



Ashish Verma

The imprints of abuse lasts forever
in the memory of a victim.



Lynn Laveau Lund

Verbal abuse…
the bruises and scars on the heart
that can never be seen
but can last for a lifetime.



Rational Akrofi Akuffo

Our approach to a situation
determines it’s outcome.
Choose gentle words always.



Kym Kaye-Muscat

The voices in our heads
do not start out as our own.
One of the hardest things to do
is overcome them and silence them.



Mylene E. Ramos

The echo of the noise
from the outside world is unbearable.
Don’t let it ruin your inner peace.



MeHann Pilapil

What’s inside of you is too powerful;
it can either build or destroy you.
You choose.



Holly Kelly

When all around you is frantic,
harsh and cacophonic,
meditate and feel a healing tranquility.



Phyllis Snider Boyer

Harsh words remain long after spoken,
leaving their scars on our spirit.



Claire Lisin

May the negative power of his words
make you the positive stronger woman
who will never let another man
destroy her soul.



Sarrveshwaran

Take him out of your head.
You got lots to do
Don’t let the past shout into you.
Open your eyes to the world in front you..



Sherilyn Campbell

Never allow someone close to you
to fill your head
with their negative or abusive talk.
Words have so much power.



Gina Marino-Vitiello

I am committed
to the purity of my own light
in spite of the noise around me.



Ophelia Ann

My lips wont speak
what my brain bleeds



Ashok Pande

There is a darker side &
A lighter side within us,
Orchestrating our thoughts & actions.
We need to keep a check
On our darker side
To have a positive impact
In our lives.



Linda Mansolf

Sticks and Stones may break my bones but,
Words will break my spirit.



Neha Garcha

The shadow of abuse always lingered,
The bruises and scars still tingle,
She carved herself from them,
much stronger, much better
The screech of abuse made her soul much wiser



Ruth Serrano

Verbal abuse may not harm the body,
but it does harm the soul for a lifetime



Rinku Shah

What hurts more?
The hurtful words that were said…
Or replaying them repeatedly in the head!



Susan Fair Arakelian

Never let the shadows of the past
tell you what to do next



Neeru Dhall

My silence speaks louder
than your words.



Beena Baburajan

Meltdown versus Meditation!
Here’s a clear winner!



Danielle Simone

Be kind to yourself…
You can be your own worst critic



Lisa Hammock

Emotional abuse is a weapon
used to belittle its victims, to break their will.



Simple Aura

I have the power and choice
to remain calm and peaceful in any situation



Samiha Al Ghussain

A strong woman is a woman
who learned to control and tame her emotions,
thoughts, and impulses



Dhanushi Nimavat

Sometimes the best reply is ‘no reply’
because no words can express the battle
going on between your mind and heart.



Jaby Na

Unlike the calm face,
her soul was loud



Vidhi Shah

You can defeat the chaos outside
only when you defeat the chaos
which is there within yourself


 

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