Meredith Gibraltar posts a poem about a Dad for Father’s Day. Happy Father’s Day. Cheers.
I have a dad.
He is important.
He listens to me when I need him.
I love my Daa.
And he loves me.
I trust him.
He trains me about life.
He is compassionate.
And I trust him with my life.
Thank you, Daa.
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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about the strength of spirit. She is getting help from her conscious mind and it’s fantasies. Like Jung. Cheers!
A spirit is strong if it can stand to watch people suffering.
It holds itself back and watches with a tear.
But it knows that God and good friends are helping.
It sheds a tear but never lets it fall.
For a spirit is in a tear.
Do not cry, my love.
For I am here.
Hold your tears and cry later.
Free yourself and cry now.
Cry my love, cry.
It heals. I love you.
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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about love. Cheers!
Love is complicated.
It is a desire.
It reaches beyond any border.
It is a joy.
Ill controlled and still a joy.
I blossom with love for you.
For you are the child of love.
You are the reason for my love.
I stand steadfast beside you.
You are my love.
Yesterday I did something I’ve only dreamed of. I put up a print version of a book, hit publish, and ordered copies to be delivered to my door two days later. Two days from pressing publish to getting a book in my hand. That’s amazing….if it works. I’ve been using CreateSpace for putting out print […]
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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about a child. Cheers!
I rejoice. I have found a new person to love.
A new reason for living.
It is a child. A beautiful child.
Who speaks to me.
I am a child of God.
He protects me.
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Meredith Gibraltar writes a poem about Nature, slowly I heal. Cheers!
I walked in nature today.
Just a short walk.
I walked with God.
It was a joy.
I faced my inner fears.
My fears that a loved one would hurt me.
Evil lurks even in them. My loved ones.
God guided me and protected me.
Together, my loved one and I resisted.
He resisted that evil with my help.
It is in harmony and in trust of God that we survive and heal.
Nature helps to soothe my tattered soul.
Nature helps as the sun shines on my spirit.
Slowly I look up and gaze at God.
In trust, I heal. God touches my soul.
Nature heals. It touches my soul and lifts up my spirit.
Slowly I heal.
Meredith Gibraltar writes a personal poem about love and trust. Cheers!
You are back with me.
You fight to keep me safe.
You are constantly in my thoughts.
And I thank you.
But above all I love you.