Poetic Thoughts: From the Heart of a Woman Kathryn S. Carrington

ISBN: 9781598008173

Published: September 7th 2006

Paperback

60 pages


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Poetic Thoughts: From the Heart of a Woman  by  Kathryn S. Carrington

Poetic Thoughts: From the Heart of a Woman by Kathryn S. Carrington
September 7th 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 60 pages | ISBN: 9781598008173 | 7.55 Mb

Like a Pandoras Box, I will open my mind to great things seen of many life times of dreamsSisters, if youve lived life and have experienced love, lost, happiness, heartache and pain, brothers if you want to know whats really on a sisters mindMoreLike a Pandoras Box, I will open my mind to great things seen of many life times of dreamsSisters, if youve lived life and have experienced love, lost, happiness, heartache and pain, brothers if you want to know whats really on a sisters mind and in her heart, then check out these Poems from the Heart of a Woman Shall I worry about what you think of me or shall I allow my soul to be free of your thoughts and moods that drain my energy, and hinder the expansion and growth of the food of life that I eat plenty of, as I inhale and then exhale the bread and meat and drink of the ocean, adding the air, to sweeten its taste.

Shall I worry about how you look at me, with your watchful eyes and your self righteous thoughts that take up my precious space and time, which is of essence for a soul such as mine, eager to learn and to know the things that the universe does not make obvious to the consciousness.

Shall I be so worried that you would read what I put down on paper, that which is in my heart and head, that which is from my spirit, exposing what is inside of me. Shall I worry that you would not like what you hear, read, and see, or shall I just be me, ignoring the fact that your odiousness is apparent and unforgiving. Will I ever let you know what I am truly feeling inside or shall I hide my thoughts from the world- a world I will so freely give of myself, as I often do, not caring or worrying about what any soul thinks of me- for I am free, totally free of the bondage of others wishing to toss me a rope, that I dare not take.

I do not wish to tie knots around my mind, my soul, my heart or my spirit. And you ask me what it feels like to be free? Read on my dear precious one and you shall see the freedom in words, expressed through a womans wisdom taught from the experiences of life. Http: //outskirtspress.com/carringtonbooks



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