Another poem from the archives. This one takes us back to my teens. I was in a girls’ home when I wrote this one back in the last 90s and my mindset is clearly one of someone who has given up. For some, there may need to be a trigger warning, as this is a bit dark. It’s asking questions that come into teen minds more than we like to admit.
In honor of World Mental Health Day, I am sharing a thought that came to mind this morning and I am working to turn into a poem or thought piece.
A late-night poem about moving forward and going back.
The new movie “Project Power” got my daughter and I thinking about how much courage it takes to release your super powers…and what truly constitutes a super power.
Sometimes, we need to realize it’s time to get back to the basics in our lives. Here are some Saturday Night Thoughts from my mind.
Is receiving God’s love simple or complicated? The song “Simple” by People & Songs made me reflect on my relationship with God and my journey these past four years.
Originally posted on Shell Vera: Poetry & Fiction:
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