Tag: Poetry

Poetry: 3:02 AM

I’ve been playing around with a new poem and trying this editing thing I’ve heard so much about when it comes to poetry. I usually write and post, never looking back to rework lines or improve my writing. New year, new process.

How do you work through your poetry? One and done or rework until perfect?

Poetry: Wondering

A poem that shares inner thoughts from a time when I was still in an abusive relationship. There much more to the equation when you are in it than “just leave”.

Poetry: 3:33

A late-night poem about moving forward and going back.

Poetry: Willpower

Willpower is a poem about the contrast of my simple sacrifices that I fail to make compared to Christ’s love for me and the ultimate sacrifice He made.

Join Amanda Baker & Shell Vera to Learn How To Publish Your Poetry or Personal Reflections Book

If you have a book of poetry or personal reflections you have been wanting to publish but don’t know how, join Amanda Baker and I as we show you.

Poetry: Wreckage

A poem about being completely shattered and what it helped me realize.

When You Realize You Can Soar…

There will come a moment when you know you are tired of holding yourself back. Here’s some thoughts on what you can do when that time comes.

Become What You Once Thought Impossible – Last Quarter 2020 Challenge

I am so excited to announce a writing challenge beginning October 1st, 2020. Join me if you are ready to share your story with others and show up one level deeper for those connected to you. People are waiting to hear your story, are you ready to share it?

What She Became…

A poetry prompt response for Pen & Pendulum on Instagram. Sometimes we can surprise ourselves with what we become.

Book Release: When I Stopped Remembering Tomorrow

Are you feeling like life has stalled? Have you experienced a broken heart? Do you wonder how your life is going to make sense? My book “When I Stopped Remembering Tomorrow” shares a walk through my life as I overcome some pretty tragic events and learn to fall in love with who I am. In doing so, I met God on the way. This book is a very honest look at my journey to loving the God I thought I knew.