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Life Purpose Poem

A Poem About Being Disconnected From the One You Love

A Poem About Being Disconnected From the One You Love

While I Breathe He loves me He left me long ago I see him every day, The morning coffee, the tasks, the projects, He’s happy being widowed while I still breathe, Did he leave or did I die living a life of lies amidst intermittent sprinkles of candy, not enough to rotten your teeth, just […]

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Application Hell – A Poem about Job Hunting

Application Hell – A Poem about Job Hunting

A humorous sarcastic poem about job hunting; “Sixteen hours of resume revamping, twenty two hours of cover letter re-design….”

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The Butterfly Dance – A Poem about Having Faith in Yourself and Embracing the True You

The Butterfly Dance – A Poem about Having Faith in Yourself and Embracing the True You

The Butterfly Dance is a poem about faith in yourself, faith in your dreams, learning to listen to self, and how easy it really is if we’re just willing…

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The Poets Dance – A Poem about How Life Inspires the Writer to Paint Pictures in Words

The Poets Dance – A Poem about How Life Inspires the Writer to Paint Pictures in Words

Poem for Poets: This poem pretty much speaks for itself. It’s a poem dedicated to poets. Often times when we read a poem we see ourselves, our lives, in that poem. As in music, it is in poetry. So this poem is dedicated to the poet who tells his or her story but “unwittingly casts us” in them.

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One More Step to Take – Moving Forward in Life, Reaching Your Goal, One Step Away, Do You Take It?

Filed in Destiny Poetry, Life Purpose Poem, Life Reflection Poem by on June 22, 2017 0 Comments • views: 4054
One More Step to Take – Moving Forward in Life, Reaching Your Goal, One Step Away, Do You Take It?

To finish the race, the race of life…with the just one more step to take, are we ready to win? Maybe it’s not really a win if we haven’t learned or completed our story…in slow motion, do we pull back from the finish line?

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