The Woman who Communicates with the Little Girl by Nada Shawa

The woman wakes to bright sunshine and full of great thoughts about the day ahead.

Remembering times past, of the same sun creating similar sunshine days.

‘Hello little girl, what did you do today?’ ‘I went on a journey with the moon’ said the girl. ‘It was always following us’ said the girl.  The woman replied ‘I used to love doing that too at your age, and especially how the moon lit up the night.’

The little girl said ‘always remember that the moon will always be there for you. Don’t forget me, always think of me when you see the moon.

7 thoughts on “The Woman who Communicates with the Little Girl by Nada Shawa

  1. Hello, Helen kindly fwd me your b!og. I very much enjoyed reading it, and learned a lot. What a sad read though! I am so sorry you had to endure such indignities, and commend you for your strength and determination. Bless you.!

  2. Reblogged this on zitapetapumpkineater and commented:
    From the pen of my dear friend Nada. I am so heartsore for your terrible travel experience but grateful that your managed to spend time with your mother and family. Thank you for this moving read. Please keep writing and sharing. You’ve inspired me to start again. We must share our stories with the world: the world needs to know. Our mutual love for music and reading has truly matured! Looking forward to seeing you again later this year.

  3. Thank you for writing this dear friend. The world needs to know. Those with ears should listen. Those with eyes to see must see. Those with hands to do must do and make a change. We who can write must continue to write. The world will wake up, the world must wake up and take note of this siuation. Miss you much! Keep writing; keep dancing; keep that beautiful heart alive!

    1. Dear Rosita!

      Thank you so much for reading my blog. Great to hear from you. I hope everything is well with you. I will look forward to reading your blog.

      If you are in this part of the world, please get in touch. It would be so good to see you.

      Much love, and best wishes to you and all your family.

      Nada

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