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The Journey
by Linda Clark

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
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This poem briefly describes my journey through Miami, FL and Atlanta, GA. It also compares the two different states.

Bright yellow sun

Friendly cheering birds

Palm trees flowing left to right

Cool bright blue seawater

Pearly white luscious sand,

What more could you ask for?


The highest granite rock in the world

Tallest trees I ever seen

Sunny one day

Rainy the next

A diverse society

Like no other,

Could this really be?


Born in the eye of the hurricane

Raised in the pit of the peach

An extraordinary optimistic

Beautiful girl arose,

From the chaos.


Many memories shared

many tears fell

Hard to explain

How I made it through,

But the worst is yet to come.


The Journey

Linda L Clark




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Reviewed by Linda Hill 7/26/2012
A warm welcome to AD! Love your poem!

Many blessings,
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 7/21/2012
Oh the wisdom in your last line, Linda. "But the worst is yet to come." In your bio you say you most would like wisdom, well...that line has wisdom. There is a tandum line to that, though....."the best is yet to come also".. believing that will help the journey. Wonder if the mountain of which you speak is Stone Mountain. I lived in Lawrenceville, GA for six years. I used to call those "tallest trees I've ever seen" toothpick pines, for compared to the Pacific Northwest pines, the trunks of the Georgia pines are very thin..... Also, welcome to the Authors Den; I hope you will find as many treasures in this soil as I have. Now you have added to that compost. Thank you ~~ Diana
Reviewed by jude forese 7/19/2012
determination, faith and a positive attitude are are main tools through the journey of life ... and yes, there will be many harsh if not intolerable conditions to be confronted ... hopefully, most memories will be have a positive atmosphere ... like the fluid nature of your poem and yes, welcome to the den ...
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 7/19/2012
Hah! I hope the worse isn't yet to come, Linda., but you have the right attitude about life early on in yours. Nice poetry. Welcome to AD.

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