Duffy, the singer finest identified for the 2008 hit “Mercy,” returned to social media to share some “passing thoughts.”

“Hi,” she wrote on Instagram. “Sharing passing thoughts. I don’t envisage this being a permanent thing, something to connect. Nervous. Doing it anyway. Duffy.”

Her following eight posts featured easy phrases written in black and white textual content. The posts emphasised the phrases: the solar, acceptance, music, attraction, confused, historical past, love, and coronary heart. She signed each together with her identify. 

For the solar publish, Duffy wrote: “It’s painful for a seed in the dark, before it meets the sun.” For acceptance, she mentioned, “Sometimes, as hard as it is, we have to understand there are things we cannot accept and accept there are things we cannot understand.”

SINGER DUFFY SAYS SHE WAS RAPED, DRUGGED, HELD CAPTIVE FOR DAYS: ‘I SURVIVED’

Music’s publish included, “Starves a hurting mind and feeds the heart.” History mentioned, “If you ever begin to take life too seriously, read history.” Heart’s musing was, “Listen to your heart, it’s where God speaks.”

Back in February, Duffy shared a heartbreaking story about why she’s remained distant and absent from the world of music for therefore a few years following her second album, “Endlessly,” which was launched 10 years in the past.

Welsh singer Duffy revealed she was drugged and raped. 

Welsh singer Duffy revealed she was drugged and raped. 
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“You can only imagine the amount of times I thought about writing this. The way I would write it, how I would feel thereafter. Well, not entirely sure why now is the right time, and what it is that feels exciting and liberating for me to talk. I cannot explain it,” Duffy wrote in a prolonged Instagram post on the time accompanied by a black-and-white picture of her on a slender road.

Though Duffy didn’t identify her alleged abuser, she mentioned that over the course of her absence from music, her coronary heart slowly “unbroke.”

“You wonder why I did not choose to use my voice to express my pain? I did not want to show the world the sadness in my eyes,” she defined. “I asked myself, how can I sing from the heart if it is broken? And slowly it unbroke. In the following weeks I will be posting a spoken interview. If you have any questions I would like to answer them, in the spoken interview, if I can. I have a sacred love and sincere appreciation for your kindness over the years. You have been friends. I want to thank you for that x.”

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Fox News’ Julius Young contributed to this report.