Tag Archives: kindness

When She Was Gone

“Who can I be? I can be me.” So simple a phrase, full of hopes, full of dreams and possibilities. What, in the end, would that mean? It’d mean an honest life, rich with gratitude, being remembered, not for anger, … Continue reading

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Lifeforce

On her knees begging for acceptance, her heart’s depth her nakedness, the essence possessed was her lifeforce laid bare. Learning two reactions, those who turned away, those who faded, fading took time, the scars left behind draining her soul. Oh … Continue reading

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Echo

She was but a sound, a melody within, harmony in the air, gentle words to settle, a whispered song, a subtle vibration. Through space and time her feminine compassion sought a neglected wall, not to block her potential, but to … Continue reading

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Her Course

Was life to mean fighting a current pulling her down, or sailing, her destination her own? Too often whispers declared her course erroneous, said she was deficient for being herself in peace. Peacefulness and kindness, though, opened the future wide, … Continue reading

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Her Eyes

What if others could see what she could see, beyond the hatred, and the cruelty, to the kindness, the love that was possible for all, for everyone. If, if only they could see a world made right, then maybe a … Continue reading

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Walls

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