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Books
· Simon the Snowman

· Beside Still Waters

· Under Amber Skies

· Coastal Whispers


Short Stories
· Finding Ricky's Voice

· Worries Are Like Small Potatoes

· Five Generations of Women, Five Generations of Strength

· The Adventures of Gillyboat and Flea

· A Mug of Dreams

· The Man in Gray

· Parsley Rabbit Learned a Life Lesson

· All I Want for Christmas....

· The Grand Prize

· The Magic Bunny


Articles
· Love Letters for Valentine's Day

· Daddy’s Spirit Keeps Fallen Fathers in Children’s Hearts, Year-Round

· Broadcasting Relationship “Status” (on a shirt)? Is It Funny or Desperate?

· Resurrecting Love at Easter: Is It a Good Idea?

· The X’s & O’s of Love & Romance

· Relationship Obituaries: A New Way to Move Forward?

· Marriage Proposals by Women: Tips and Is Trend Really for Leap Year Only?

· The “After-Valentine” Valentine’s Day

· Valentine’s Day Gifts: Are Secrets and Surprises Taboo?

· Re-gifting (for the Right Reasons)


Poetry
· Life As I Now Know It

· For Susan Bachman – Missing from Pennsylvania

· Soft Light of Solitude

· Budding Relationships

· The Heartfelt Gift

· Her Courage

· Bravest of the Brave

· Our Hearts Are Hurting for Boston

· A Soul of Kindness

· One Day at a Time

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· Jill Eisnaugle Scores Third Place in Writer's Weekly Contest

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· Card contest win meaningful for daughter, Jill Eisnaugle, on Father's Day

· Jill Eisnaugle's Hallmark Card to be Sold in Stores

· Jill Featured in Galveston County Daily News for Hallmark News

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  A Break in the Clouds
by Jill Eisnaugle
Friday, June 08, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.

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A poem about relying on faith when life becomes difficult.


 


 


 


One Sunday morning, the skyline above me
Appeared dark and lonely, no sunlight in view
The clouds, thick and towered, seemed dreadfully ugly
And yet, I soon realized I had not a clue
I traveled the roadway; a light drizzle followed
The pavement and shoulder, both equally wet
Yet, this trek would prove my life was, indeed, hallowed
Thanks to a mere moment, I’ll never forget.


 


A half mile from Westfall, I turned off the freeway
The drizzle had left my mind in quite a daze
The showers poured onward, providing no leeway
My vision seemed lost amid the clouds and haze
As thoughts began spinning, swiftly as a funnel
Suddenly, I felt I would lose all control
I stopped on the shoulder, near Buckingham Tunnel
Shortly before a change came into my soul.


 


The rains were relentless, pouring tears ‘cross the valley
Yet, those tears meant nothing, compared to the ones
I felt in my heart for our union’s finale
When faced with the knowledge that our time was done
One Sunday morning, the skyline above me
Appeared dark and lonely, no sunlight in view
The clouds, thick and towered, seemed dreadfully ugly
As I recalled every memory of you.


 


Soon after, I could not remain disappointed
Though I sat alone, ‘neath the darkness above
The clouds swiftly parted and sunlight anointed
My heart with the soothing balm, known as God’s love
That Sunday has left my heart fearless and daring
Headstrong for each battle, should one come my way
‘twas then, that I learned God is gracious and caring
Even when clouds of sadness lead the heart astray.


                                                                 


© 2007 – Jill Eisnaugle’s Poetry Collection


 




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Reviewed by H Cruz
Rain on!
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
This was excellent Jill...this week has also shown me the lesson that God is always in control.

Allen
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Heart touching write, Jill; very well penned~

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Burleson, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Very touching indeed,Hugsss
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Deeply touching Jill, a pleasure to read.
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