"I Can Hear You Now" by Rhonda

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I can hear you now, I said to my mom. "You can do this" her voice was sweet and songful. Her whispers of encouragement danced in the air.

And I could hear her in that almost malleable moment. I could hear her powerful prayers for my recovery; they were just whispers - soft, spiritual, gentle.

"You can do this."

Her tone was compassionate, clear and concise. She leaned in closer to me , winked and said,

"Breakfree from this self- incarceration."

In that tangible instant I could hear her . Maybe even more importantly I understood her. She was doing for me what I could not do for myself.

"You can do this..."

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