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Something Beautiful

   Something Beautiful   I've learned to this indisputable  As no one else can do it like You can Turn broken into something beautiful Making that broken to self suitable  Finishing that within where it began I've learned to this indisputable  Turning inside out to approvable In showing Your glory as You than Turn broken into something beautiful As one allows You to sew together The pieces that shattered deep within One's transformation new altogether A portrait of spiritual growth wherein You replace one's damaged soul anew As You bestow Your love to one therein Then one learns a love once never knew I've learned to this it's indisputable As love did blossom giving a breakthrough Turning broke into something beautiful                      ©Doris Elaine

A Reflection on the past; troubling.

 Hey guys, Putting together "My Faves" book from all my published books is so very hard. Not in the sense of working on it; but, in bring back memories. I've cried, I've smiled, I've laughed at myself, and I've wondered why and if only. However, I do believe this project has helped me come to grips with my past in being able to move forward better. Sometimes, reflecting on one's past can give one zest and vigor in looking forward to one's future and in becoming a shining example of strength. What an amazing journey my poem writing effort has been in the comfort of knowing the Lord has highly blessed me to do so. Stay tuned for more poems of my seven published books to come. Have a blessed day! - DE 

Poem from "Not I, But I Am"

 Guy, With this poem I was upset and tried that T.E. had me going in circles trying to figure out rather he was real, serious, or a scammer. Felt like I was in a battle with our chat being a reality or not, as he would talk then stop for a while then be nice enough to ask for something, then mean when I told him no; thus, rounds of back and forth nonsense.  How Many Rounds?     The gloves are on for battle, Learning each other our first tackle How many rounds? Hits made drawing pain. Assuming a place now to gain. How many rounds? Silence in place for more hits, Both ready to call it quits. How many rounds? Not ready to walk away, In both deciding to stay. How many rounds? In this battle of hits and gains, Until it creates now more pain. How many rounds?     July 10, 2018 (Thinking of T.E. and still Hurting from our Social Media chats)