The Return

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An offering from my morning meditation on Hebrews, for those who have ears, let them hear…

I pray these words are a blessing to you today.

 

 

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Does The Pressure To Be Best Kill Our Best Efforts?

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Today, I’m doing something a little different. Today as  I walked my dog, Banjo, I decided to share my heart.  On video.

I’ll flesh this out more on paper tomorrow.

For today, ruminate with me.

Then come back and see how these initial thoughts articulated are clarified and revised for a blog post.

As a good friend says about me, ” You write better than you talk!” AND the woman loves me. Haha!

 

See the video on You Tube @ https://youtu.be/vmWK3Xq-Iac

This is my story, this is my song…

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I am Writing Redeemed in October for 31 Days, 

Writing Phases

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Early in my Blogging journey, I did my first 31 day challenge on the theme of Thanksgiving. It was an instrumental exercise in building writing momentum and discipline. I discovered camaraderie, fellowship and support for my beginning blogging years. More

Addressing Death While Walking with a Boy?

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About that title- don’t worry! These are just a merging of the two poems I  will read for you today! My special treat for you. I am giving the gift of poetry to you…but you can just listen.

I spent a bit of time recording some spontaneous poetry readings earlier. I did one on Periscope and the other on my Facebook Page  @ Enthusiastically, Dawn.

Both of these poems are from the the anthology our local RI group of writers published earlier in the year.

I hope you enjoy them. Pardon the chair turning during the Facebook reading…I  should never sit in a twisty chair while reading poetry!

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Three Years – A Spontaneous Poetry Reading

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This morning I was compelled to write this poem after a friend’s comment about mortality. I am one who contemplates mortality regularly, as well as a plethora of other human dilemmas; but today the words came, as they sometimes do, and I yielded to their arrival capturing their essence on paper, then freeing them with my voice.

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