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Acceptance on the horizon
by Kathryn M Collins
Friday, March 02, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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getting through groef

Acceptance on the horizon


 


An awkward step here and there,


nonetheless walking through.


 


Less rain, fewer torrents


give up rmoments of peace.


 


Although my poetry still drowns in


floundering words absent cohesion,


 


my insignificant art cares only that


the bloody clamp loosens its clutch,


 


news to be told later, as belief


strengthens a lost spirit.


 


Is this it, the working through of it,


the grieving, the acceptance?


 


Kathryn McLoughlin Collins


March 1, 2007

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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 3/4/2007
This is a damn good start!
Acceptance+Faith= Balance and happiness within

Mine would be from a different circumstance!
Still the feelings are deep and still that empty feeling!
I did get through!
YOu will too, you're in my prayers and in my heart!
A Healing will START!

This poem is a gem of a tresure! I plan to savor!
STay Postive!
PEACE, Warmth and WArmest Blessings! WArmly, Lady Sheeeoox
Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow 3/4/2007
When John died, the same friend who told me to 'remember to breathe' also told me this....'I cannot tell you how things will be but I can tell you how things have been, but remember your 'things' will be different'...And I think 'working through it' is such an apt way to describe it...
much love,
Myrna
Reviewed by F William Broome 3/2/2007
Sweet and well siad. Grief is such a personal thing. Whatever works... is the answer, with changes and new patts permitted.
- Bill
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 3/2/2007
Working through it often brings a new light to ones mind.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/2/2007
Your words ring true from the mind and heart you tell it like it is and I can see that when you break through it will be with an explosion of thoughts and ideas.

Fee



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