Lost Letters

Nna’m (Father)

Nna’m,

I see you.

I forgive you.

I love you.

It has been hard getting to know each other these last few years. It has been a gut-wrenching journey, pushing past the sea of pain and getting to this shore. We have said words that cut deep, masked our hurt with hate and danced with rage.

But now, as we slowly turn our backs to the past and test these new waters with the tip of our toes, I pray that we are brave enough to dive into this sea of healing.

Nna’m, let us hold each other’s hand and voyage on this new journey. And if storms arise as we sail, let us never forget that it will only last for a moment. We will jealously guard the compass of our hearts, speaking peace and forgiveness over each other in as many words as we know how.

Nna’m,

I see you.

I forgive you.

I love you.

 

Ada gi

(Your daughter)

 

 

15 thoughts on “Nna’m (Father)”

  1. Dwarfed by lack of opportunities yet you strived to raise giants!
    Daalu Nna’M
    Ka chi fo
    🙏

    You inspired this Fav. Daalu so

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  2. So nice! There have so much genderism lately. It’s time for the women to love and raise better sons, who’ll be the future dads

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