by Kathryn Seifert
Sunday, October 08, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Tangled threads of pain and sorrow
Wrap around my heart and soul.
Knots choke the breath of life,
Yet the struggle is not done.
Picking up pieces of my life,
Threads of who I am.
Putting them back into place
Weaving a new fabric.
I'm not who I was.
The old is woven with the new,
As I move along
Back and forth
A new cloth is created.
From Mother earth, my voice within
Visions appear and
Move me on again.
A new day brings the light
Joy fills me up anew.
Now I see what I must do.
The colors blend
With pictures clear
And I begin
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|Reviewed by Barbara Henry
Great,positive,and upbeat. Excellent piece!
Thanks so much for sharing.To your continued success-
|Reviewed by Ahmad Abang
|Promisisng and positive. The continuation is clear and beautiful. This is a lovely work.|
|Reviewed by Richard Orey
|The secret of surviving life: Begin Again, Ab Initio.
I'm awash in therapeutic insight.
If only it were as simple as merely speaking the words.
But your presentation is wonderful, Kathy!
|Reviewed by Bill Grimes Jr.
|This is beautiful Kathryn......
|Reviewed by Jewel Sample (Reader)
|Moving and captvating. It is amazing what the sting of pain and sorrow can do to the very core of existence, which appears to be the motivating force towards forever being changed. Well said..
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|An effective metaphorical creation, Kathy; thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath
"Tangled threads of pain and sorrow"
Heartfelt, it says all that one's heart
Engrossing from start to finish, it pulled me in.
|Reviewed by CJ Heck
|A very intuitive write, Kathryn. We are all creatures of our environment and everything that happens to us throughout life makes us who we are -- you've used the metaphor of threads to tell your story. Excellent.