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From The Book "My Eyes Smile"
Priscilla Francis-Dozier, Social Worker/Author
The Best Things In Life Are Free
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From The Book "My Eyes Smile"
Priscilla Francis-Dozier, Social Worker/Author
A Mother's Love
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From the book My Eyes Smile
Priscilla Francis-Dozier, Social Worker/Author
Sometime we take for granted what life is all about.This is just a reminder to all of us that money is not needed to make us happy.Happiness comes within ourselves.
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From the book My Eyes Smile
Priscilla Francis-Dozier, Social Worker/Author
I Cried My Last Tear
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The Voice of the Single Mother's Child
Chantal Nimugire,
I NEED
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Awareness
Jessica Farrington,
Loving our children is about nuturing the young not giving them material things.
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Forever Farrah
Merle Brill,
Gone, but not forgotten.
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Ode to Jules
Jessica Farrington,
The motto that I try to live by is: I cried that I have no shoes until I met someone who had no feet.
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I Am Woman
lorna darden, Avon Sales Representative
I come in many shapes and colors. I am soft and delicate, but nothing to play with. I stand on my own two feet, I depend on one.
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One beep two beep
Merle Brill,
Your eyes are shut tightly at the insides of them you stare.

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Decision of my Life
Hamidah Gul,
My hardest and longest decision ever!
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Fighting the Devil
Tamia McDonald Pizey ,
An ode to my children
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Seasons
Tamia McDonald Pizey ,
This is a poem which i wrote at a time in my life when my trust had been shattered... I was having to learn to actually 'start-over'. There were no guarantees (as we all know there rarely are in life), however this poem is not only about love & trust but it's also about finding-out about who we truly are.
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How You Made Me Love U
lorna darden, Avon Sales Representative
I have never loved anyone the way I love you. You complete me; your smile rescues me from bad days I have encountered. Everyday Iím with you feels like the first time we became as one. Never will there be any other; you are my sweet, sweet lover. You are delicate like a white rose, beautiful like the autumn sky.

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The Paper Today
Merle Brill,
Advertising peer pressure.
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Adolescent Safety Killer
Jessica Farrington,
God will not give us more than we can bear.
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Metamorphsis
Brenda Northeast,
Life is forever changing, it never stands still. Each day brings new beginnings...
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We Have a Dream
Linda Lycett, Editor-in-Chief
I came across this poem recently and knew I had to share it with the world. The author is unknown - whoever created it ought to take a bow.
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Valentines Day Poem: Can't Get Enough
lorna darden, Avon Sales Representative
When I first saw you I didnít think much, but then you walked by me and your scent captured me. Itís not that I thought you were not beautiful. Itís just that I thought that you were too good for me.
Now that you are mine, I treasure and enjoy you like the finest wine.

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Changes
Linda Lycett, Editor-in-Chief
Itís nice, sitting here, feet up against the post,
a cup of coffee at my side.

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Win the Battle, Loose the War
Merle Brill,
Some things do not change. Hopefully, one day they will...
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Thanks for letting me share
Jessica Farrington,
You are not alone.
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To You I Owe...
Tara Liverios, Columnist
To you I owe a great many things,

For your kindness and support when at times sadness and despair is all my life brings.



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Autumn Dress
Brenda Northeast,
One day when walking through Autumn leaves and the crunching sound of them under my feet, I sensed this poem in my being.
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Dawn
Margy Ohring,
Now that I live in the woods among those who hunt, I have become aware of something inside me that cannot glorify this act.
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Run, Run, Run
Merle Brill,
Breaking away from the everyday to escape your head.
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Chasing Butterflies
Tara Liverios, Columnist
Chasing butterflies in the park is fun, watching them land and take off again, the delicateness of them.


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Waging War
Jessica Farrington,
We need both sides of yourselves to make us whole.
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Grandma
Rhonda Jeffery, Contributing Author
My Grandmother suffered a very long time with Alzheimer's disease. She helped my mother raise my sister and me, she was my second mother so when her memory of us failed, it was very painful. She always seemed to enjoy seeing her great grandchildren even though she did not remember who they were.
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Goodbye furry friend
Merle Brill,
Mickey was a very special cat, and a close member of the family. We still think of him often.


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Squirrel
Margy Ohring,
Bitten by a squirrel I thought I had befriended as a child, I have never liked those cute gray fluffy-tailed critters since that day.
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Just a Moment
Priscilla Francis-Dozier, Social Worker/Author
Everyone is always rushing around, never having 'time' for anything. "Moments" are important...
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The Girl With the Braid
Rhonda Jeffery, Contributing Author
This is actually a children's book I have written. I was inspired by my 7 yr old daughter's competitive drive in track and morphed into a tale of competitions between myself and my male cousin. I believe all girls should know that they can compete with boys, sometimes you lose, sometimes you win.
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New Mother
Rhonda Rice,
There is nothing quite like a new mother. She is a very speical person.
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Just Old Age
Jennifer Smith,
Old age creeps up on us before we know it.
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I Just Got Here
Margy Ohring,
I moved from a New York suburb to rural Virginia and was amazed by the differences.
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Illusive
Holly Hodges,
As small girls build their own ideas of their romances in tiny bedrooms, holding Barbie dolls, older woman do the same thing in all places of their lives. We develop and create the most extraordinary fantasies that tend to question everything we do. Recreating our lives minute by minute on something so illusive as romance.
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I Allow You
Priscilla Francis-Dozier, Social Worker/Author
Writing is my passion. Sometimes I allow others to treat me unfairly, so I wrote this poem to remind myself never to let anyone take advantage of me.
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Autumn
Margy Ohring,
I love the changing seasons. My favorites are autumn and spring.

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What She Said
Margy Ohring,
No matter how close you are to someone, it always pays to take care with the words you use when speaking to them.

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My Mom Two
Margy Ohring,
It is never easy to lose a mother. She is one of the few people who has known you forever and loved you despite
everything.


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My Mom
Margy Ohring,
Although she was getting old and wished to join my dad
who had left before her, I wasn't ready for her to leave this world.



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