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Some poems were written several years ago; others recently. Bringing my personal journey through life to my page.


Driving Through Cromwell Hill Road A house is built from bricks and glued Together to create shelter renewed A skeleton protecting organs hidden inside, Waiting for a family to live and reside Seasons pass and storms blow by Damage accrues despite how hard it tries To keep flawless and perfect, societies dream From beauty to beast, becomes unseen "I am ugly, marred, broken- why bother trying?" My purpose is futile, my future is dying" But clothes can be sewn, and knots untied Healing is viable, cement is applied Not only to mend but to strengthen, enshrine The once broken house becomes the divine Home in which new life is promised to bind Two souls together, below stars aligned Never give up on a broken home's ghost Always have faith in those you love most

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