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 poem about Theo the second section of her book called Martha. I am still working on a subtitle. I’ll keep you posted. Cheers!
A time of fear. A time of love.
You gave me the confidence to step out.
To step out while I feared.
You made me smile. You made me laugh.
The joy I felt helped ease the fear.
The joy I felt gave me confidence.
The joy, Theo, the joy!