Tag Archives: belief

The Shell

There was a crack in the shell that I had built around myself It’s a funny thing about shells They not only keep the bad things out, they also keep the good things out I could no longer stand on … Continue reading

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Most People Are Good

I believe most people are good And most mama’s oughta qualify for sainthood Those are the first 2 lines in the chorus of the song Most People Are Good sung by Luke Bryan.  I listen to mostly C&W music these days.  Although … Continue reading

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Denial

Who else could have pulled me to my feet?  Who else would possibly understand my depths of despair?  When all was darkness, you shed a light.  Though I would curse you for daring to bring the sunlight. I stumbled down the … Continue reading

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Fate or Faith?

When I moved to Texas from Oregon, it was a hardest and most frightening decision I ever made in my life.  At 50-something years old, I was starting my life over again from scratch.  All I had that was guaranteed … Continue reading

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What Scares Me

A fellow blogger here, Breathwords, has a Wonderful blog!  It’s filled with beautiful poetry and other amazing things.  Be sure to check it out.  The reason I bring up my new-found friend, is because of a recent revelation.  They say … Continue reading

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N – Naivete

N – Naivete Am I naïve? I wear my heart on my sleeve, apparently.  I believe what someone tells me until they prove that I cannot believe. I’m not stupid.  If someone told me that there were purple unicorns running … Continue reading

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B – Belief

Hi all.  I know it’s been too long.  I need a kick start of some kind.  So this is my kick start.  I saw a writing prompt that challenged you to write every day for 26 days.  One day for … Continue reading

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