There came a day when she could no longer keep her heart guarded from the hurt and pain, locked way behind the impenetrable walls she built.

It was time to unlock the gates and step into the light, freeing her spirit to seek the happiness that was waiting for her.

7 thoughts on “Unchained

  1. Well done. And you may recall: some of my favorite pictures are of doors, gates, and windows. I think it means I like my freedom. Or I’m always looking for a way out of something? Hmm. 🙂


  2. when I read this last night, all I could think was, this is the *GOOD* sequel to my post about the “Fix”. it’s real and raw, and the picture was perfect…that Freedom, the feeling of sunshine on her shoulders for the first time in forever, had to feel amazing.



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