Aberrant Love

Disquieted, discomforted I reached for his embrace.
Only morning glory holds my loneliness at bay.
Encircling my band hand, dangling with remembrance of youth; knotted bangles, each representative of the years I’ve longed for and searched for him.

I awake to the jazz sounds of ‘Good Morning Heartache’, grateful for the glimpses I receive of who he may be. His invisibility in my 1st plane manifests as an audible sigh of vitriol and mocking laughter. In response to who I am, he has a lack of desire for me physically. His absence conveys he’s not even a maybe and not a surety, not a trust, and not to be relied on.

By Jerriè McGill

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About St. Rev. Jerriè McGill

I'm a devout Christian Saint, Prophet, and Minister lady who loves the LORD. I'm also a writer, singer, composer, and visionary. I aspire to be like my Holy Father, an angel. I'm a Holy Roller Stomper, quite serious, yet joyful of my True Father's Heavenly work. I'm a graduate of Georgia Southern University and have a Bachelor of Science degree in Justice Studies. I reside in Atlanta, GA.
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