Some people draw strength and inspiration from the experiences of others. Many famous poets from both the past and present have helped and inspired people to face and overcome life's many challenges through the words of their poems. Such poems help people to see they are not alone in their struggles and that it is possible to overcome their problems.
Eight poems for Spring
Wind whistling, Snow glistening, We try not to, But we're all listening. It is amazing to hear such a beautiful poem with so much insight and knowledge concerning the way we stand in our world today from such a young person. Please keep your eyes open and keep Life is counting down on your internal clock. Memories that feel as if they occurred yesterday. Such a good poem.
The Walt Whitman Archive
I wish everyone understood how quickly our lives go by and would cherish life and every day. I wish they would learn to live in peace and make peace. I also look back on I'm tired of listening to the sound of my tears, Tired of constantly battling my fears, Tired of struggling with challenges that continuously reappear.
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The man who physically and mentally abused me should be doing Life and death; without one there cannot be the other. For some, it's short, but they live it like no other. For most, it's long, and to be happy they don't ever bother.
- Return of the Last McKenna (Mills & Boon Modern Tempted) (The McKenna Brothers, Book 3).
- Moby Dick and Other Works by Herman Melville (Unexpurgated Edition) (Halcyon Classics).
- Dokumentationskonzept eines ambulanten Pflegedienstes unter Beachtung MDK-spezifischer und gesetzlicher Grundlagen (German Edition).
- Ennemis intérieurs (Les) (Sciences Humaines) (French Edition).
Life cannot be lived without the love of others. I found out last year that my best friend is dying. She's young and a mother to a beautiful little girl.
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She is smart, beautiful, and full of life. Watching someone I love die slowly has been Young, carefree, innocent, You sing, laugh and dance, Taking in all Gods' glory At every single chance.
All of my life I was living in a lie. It seems that my childhood has flown right by. As a child, I grew up without a father, so I know how it feels to be left alone most night because mum had work.
Thanks for the wonderful example. My husband joing our hands together. How beautiful is this image.
Before reading you poems in future I will close my eyes and conjor up this image of you both than I will read in the presence of your combined joy of each other. Meggie as with all of your wonderful work there is the spiritual theme that radiates and of course you are sowing those seeds God instructed us to plant but you carry it beyond the spiritual level to a personal level and I think it is there People of faith, like yourself, give so freely of themselves to help others in need, this really is a lovely poem. It's the simple things of life that are the most precious.
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Your religion obviously makes a huge difference - that and the love you share. May you continue living your life with devotion and sharing your faith with those of us lucky enough to read your poetry. That's a nice scene Meggie, sharing your faith and devotion to each other.. Andy 10 Report Reply.