...on Life, Love and Loss
Hallo Ellie. How lovely to be able to see you and to hear your warm voice! You were very brave to do this, because I could see that you were still emotionally affected by the words you wrote all those years ago. I enjoyed your poem very much and I am glad that you kept your faith throughout the bad times. I am so happy that joy and peace are back in your life again. Take care.
Elizabeth, you have good voice for reading poetry. Wish you'd read a bit slower (for old people like me?--grin!)A LOVELY poem--even in its darkness.Yess, when I wrote as a child, it was usually of sadness...or self-pity, in my case. (UGH!)
Ellie dear it is a beautiful poem, a prayer. Yes we do write our most beautiful and poignant poems and prose from our times of sadness and loss, I know I do,to me it is a way of understanding and healing the hurt.Love and God Blessxoxoxo ♡
Hi Diane *thisisme* Thank you for calling me brave. It sure took a lot from me to put myself out there. I'm allowing myself to be led by the Spirit and possibly minister to someone through my Spoken word/poetry.
Thanks Steve! as usual funny with your self pity comment. :) Too fast? And I didn't even perform it. The pace is actually a little faster. But don't worry I'll be adding the poetry to the videos soon. And you could read it as slow as you need to. Just teasing!
Hi Dianne so glad to hear from you. I know you'd understand beauty out of ashes! Stay strong love! hugs xox
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