Love you have found me…a poem.

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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about love.  It’s for a chapter in her first book called Martha.  Cheers!

Love you have found me.

Is it true love?  Only time will tell.

I dare to open my heart.

My heart lays vulnerable on the ground.

Be still my beating heart. 

I love you so.  And you love me.

We are a whole.  In unity.

I face the future.

Strong and bold.

With your love the future I behold. 

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The echoes of your soul…a poem.

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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about friends.  Cheers!

I stand alone.

I face my illness alone.

But no!  You are there my friend.

I can say to you things about every day happenings.

I can say to you what I can’t say to others.

I can reveal to you my deepest secrets.

Without bounds.  Without discretions.

Will I dare?

Even talking of the simplest things brings relief.

I converse with a fellow human being.

I converse and communicate.

I open the door and pull back.

Don’t flood her with information!

Stand back, only crack the door.

And let her hear the echos of your soul.

The echoes of your soul.

Reblog from Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog…October/November 2017 Writing Contests.

Originally posted on Rachel Poli: October 2017 Genre: Fiction Theme: Short story (new writers only) Website: Glimmer Train Deadline: October 31, 2017 Entry Fee: $18 Prize: First – $2,500 Genre: Nonfiction Theme: Christmas and Holiday Website: Chicken Soup for the Soul Deadline: October 31, 2017 Entry Fee: None Prize: $200 Genre: Creative Nonfiction essay Theme: N/A Website:…

via October/November 2017 Writing Contests — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Friends…a poem.

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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about friends for her first book Martha.  Martha is needing a friend.  Slowly Martha is trusting again.  Slowly she heals.  Cheers!

Oh my friend I miss you.

Suddenly I need you more than ever.

My family is still important,

But I can’t tell them everything that I can tell you.

My old paranoia is back.

Who will you tell?  Can I trust you?

I have trusted you in the past.

You’ve always been there for me.

I open up even more.

I walk with you and heal slowly.

To open up is to heal. 

Thank you my friend.  Thank you.

I fear…a poem.

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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem for her book Martha.  Sorry I didn’t post on the weekend!  I lent my computer to my daughter.  Terrible!  I survived.  Cheers!

I stand before my fear.

My feet firmly planted on the earth.

My heart strong.  My back strong.

I stand before my fear.

You will not take me today.

I know you for what you are.

It is all in my mind, my fear.

In my mind in the deepest fathoms.

But I free myself. 

With help I free myself!

I face my fear.  It is all in my mind.

I fear no more!

Reblog of a post by Yecheilyah Ysravl…15 lessons she’s learned about writing…

I’ve been writing for eighteen years now and publishing books for ten. Over the years I have learned so much. Sometimes it can be overwhelming as you’ll begin to feel as if you are always two steps behind. That’s how I’ve felt lately. There’s so much to learn and to understand that I often feel […]

via 15 Lessons I’ve Learned about Writing So Far – Guest Post by Yecheilyah Ysrayl… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Friends…a poem.

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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about friends.  It is for her book Martha.  Cheers!

I want to tell you everything.

But how can I friend?

I first have to know how you’ll react.

My secrets are so dark.

It will help me heal to tell you.

Do I dare?  Will you protect me when you know?

Will you keep my secret?

Do I dare?

I know you to be a compassionate person.

I know to trust you to a certain degree.

This will test out friendship.

Yes I dare.  In God I trust.

Yes I dare.  Please be worthy!