Since I am still working non-stop on my memoir (almost done… really) I thought I would repost this poem I wrote back in March. I ran across it while I was looking through my blog for a post I wanted to add to my memoir.
I hope you enjoy this poem and never forget… you are fabulous. By the way I miss you and I miss reading your blogs and writing on my blog. I will be back very soon though.
May your cup of life overflow with love, happiness and many blessings…
“You can’t get to ‘happily ever after’ without turning the page.” ~unknown
Once upon a time…
I wonder how many more me’s there are of me to be.
How many more times can I fully transform to live my life again,
to live a life worth living, and to make myself become worthy of the me there is to be?
The last me was hatched and broken.
Now I have been given a second chance.
A chance to be reborn again,
not in the flesh as I have already been.
But still, I must revamp my body and mind
to become better, stronger and more
than I have ever been before.
Being patient and giving myself ample time to incubate,
and develop fully into the best me I can be.
I have a chance to be reborn again,
not in the spiritual sense as I have already been.
But still, I must refresh, renew and improve my relationship with Christ.
When I look back on my life I have transformed myself too many times to count.
So many different chapters in my life.
So many different types of books my life has been and continues to be.
It seems my life has gone down too many different paths,
getting lost along the way,
and sometimes reaching a dead end.
I must find a way to keep focused on positive dialogues in my life
and inside my own mind,
find consistent, reliable and positive characters in my life,
and develop a new plot that I can keep, follow, thicken and grow,
until one day I will have a happy ending.
…and she lived
happily ever after.
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