Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about hope and true love. It is for her first book Martha. Cheers!
I have hope.
I look to the future and see true love.
In time without haste.
A strong and steadfast love.
True love with no hate.
I will wait quietly.
Until God blesses me with true love.
When it is time I will embrace it.
With slight fear but also with joy.
For life is meant for true love.
True love I wait.
Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about love for her book Martha. Cheers!
What is love.
It is surrender.
Surrender to another human being.
For love. For affection.
Yet at the same time it is affirmation.
Affirmation of the person you are.
Of what drives you.
Of what’s important to you.
For it is only in standing strong and true
That one finds true love.
Stand strong. Love strong.
But be yourself!
Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about courage. The book is slowly coming along. I am almost at the end. Slowly I write. Cheers!
It takes all my courage
To face my fears.
Sometimes I just hold my breath
And do what I have to do.
Sometimes I bury that fear so deep
That I am not aware of it.
But I fear. Daily I fear.
Now I trust in myself.
And I trust in God.
That trust runs deep.
No one is interested in me.
No one notices me.
What a relief!
It was all so real before.
But it was like a dream.
Not real. Real is now.
Real is that no one is interested in me.
No one. No one.
I am alone.
Meredith Gibraltar writes a new poem about love. It’s for the first section (Stephen) of her book called Martha. I have changed the name of my first book. It is now called Martha. I’m working on a subtitle…Cheers!
You represent love.
You represent strength and protection.
I needed you at a time that I was vulnerable.
My love for you was truth.
It gave me courage and strength.
It gave me hope to go on when all else failed.
At my time of need you were there.
Stephen. My love. My protector!
Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem for the second section of her book, Theo. The book is called The Dominant for now. Cheers!
Antoine I fear.
I fear you!
This gives you strength.
At times I am frozen in fear.
You cut and eat human flesh.
You rape women, men and children.
I lay frozen on the ground before you!
I feel my sword.
I feel the helm.
I stand. No longer frozen.
I stand and fight!
I will not fear.
I will fight!
Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about Theo…the second section in her book The Dominant. Cheers!
Theo, my love.
You gave me strength and courage.
Courage to face the fears of being followed.
Courage to step outside when all eyes were on me.
Courage to smile in the face of danger.
I trust you with my life.
I follow your advice because my life depends on it.
You love and protect me.
Thank you Theo.