Please come and read Sarah’s beautiful love poem
JUST AS YOU ARE
“There’s no reason you should hide who you are.
You are beautifully flawed.”
Oh, my love, don’t you see that there’s no reason you should hide who you are. The wild understands you for who you are. Just as you are. You are beautifully flawed. You are perfect. Just as you are.
© Sarah Doughty
Just as you are.
We are faced with many kinds of situations and phases in our lives. Some of them are positive and bring us joy, while others are challenging, even difficult. How difficult a certain situation is for someone is a subjective experience, which is why many different kinds of things may feel challenging.
Here are few affirmations for hard time :
- I love myself enough to push through.
- I can and will fight through my bad days to get to my best days.
- I am strong enough.
- I will face hard times with courage.
- The best view comes after the hardest climb.
- I love and approve of myself.
- My best moments are yet to come.
- The most beautiful things in life comes from mistakes and change.
- I deserve happiness.
- I am filled with faith and peace.
- I have the strength to face the mountains before me.
- I’ve got this.
- This is my…
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You knew what I was like without you.
You knew the mess I would be.
The pale light of the stars is of little solace.
A captured moment dissolves between my fingers.
The spark, oh that spark, I chase you.
I dive headlong through the white, only to dream of the other side.
It does not exist.
Why have you left me?
Alone, it is too much.
My muse, where have you gone?
ANOTHER TIME AND PLACE
I write to you from yesterday, a very long time ago for you,
Long before you were born in a town of people and family.
My family and I were up before the break of dawn, working,
Children of a simple time but at times not so simple you see.
Horses were a common thing just as your car is in your time,
Things of your day not dreamed up as of yet, life was hard, also fun.
Here in yesterday, there is sickness that kills many as there is no medicine,
As I sit here on my farm watching my wife and kids play I write this to you.
When you receive my letter it will be that I and those I love will be gone now,
You will have all the things that we here have never seen, good and bad.
There are beautiful…
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If it had been a bar
A softly lit quiet city haven where a sad piano player shapes and ripples the minor chords of half-remembered songs for lovers and strangers.
Or a party.
A loud, crowded, noisy gathering where laughter and conversation and alcohol and coke tempt bodies to sway and dance and forget tomorrow.
Or on a busy street.
A rush and dawdle of business people and tourists, shoppers and beggars, hawkers and sellers where the traffic ebbs and flows, pauses and surges like a sea.
Or in a thousand and one other places.
An office, a restaurant, a ball game, a concert, a carnival, a temple, Or a wide open space where the wind blows and the birds are thrown from sky to sky.
If it had been anywhere instead of this strangely connected. disconnected, familiar, unfamiliar world of swirling, teeming, edgy cyberspace.
I would still have found you
and wanted you
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“I played van Gogh in the biographical film Lust For Life….How terrible to paint pictures and feel that no one wants them. How awful it would be to write music that no one wants to hear. Books that no one wants to read. And how would you like to be an actor with no part to play, and no audience to watch you. “
– Kirk Douglas, American, actor (See complete quotation below)
“The biggest spur to my interest in art came when I played van Gogh in the biographical film Lust For Life. The role affected me deeply. I was haunted by this talented genius who took his own life, thinking he was a failure. How terrible to paint pictures and feel that no one wants them. How awful it would be to write music that no one wants to hear. Books that no one wants to…
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