Marie Williams offers us a poignant word picture of abuse, from a child’s perspective. A gifted poet, Marie has captured with utmost sensitivity the interaction between a painful reality and the fantasies which form a vital part of a child’s world:
Marie Williams blogs on Come Fly with Me at https://mariewilliams53.wordpress.com/ and on Blow Me Out of the Water at https://riceandpease.wordpress.com.
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3 responses to ““Alice, Milton and Oscar: Making Sense of It All” by Marie Williams”
Thank you so much Anna for the re-blog. I know you went to great lengths to accomplish this, technical difficulties notwithstanding! I’m immensely proud for two reasons: that you think it’s worthy to appear here and that my inner child has been given a voice on ‘A Voice Reclaimed’.
You are welcome here whenever you choose to drop in, Marie. It is my honor to showcase your work; my joy and privilege to be your friend. In the midst of cataclysmic events like abuse, the best we can hope for is to survive. You have done that with love and grace to spare. ❤ ❤ ❤
Thank you …❤ ❤ ❤