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At difficult times in your life, you will be forced by circumstances to live by FAITH.
Otherwise you would have to endure the CONSEQUENCES OF DOUBT.
Nothing positive is ever produced from something NEGATIVE.
My Grandma always say……Whatever THOUGHTS , BELIEFS and OPINIONS that you THINK .
You will manifest in your Life….POSITIVE THINKING over come all CIRCUMSTANCES.
By author Bernadine Feagins
Poetry Link : http://astore.amazon.com/bernadine-20/detail/B003HS4VR0
Three years after her husband Max’s death, Shelley feels no more adjusted to being a widow than she did that first terrible day. That is, until the doorbell rings. Standing on her front step is a young man who looks so much like Max–same smile, same eyes, same age, same adorable bump in his nose–he could be Max’s long-lost relation. He introduces himself as Paolo, an Italian editor of American coffee table books, and shows Shelley some childhood photos. Paolo tells her that the man in the photos, the bearded man who Paolo says is his grandfather though he never seems to age, is Max. Her Max. And he is alive and well.
As outrageous as Paolo’s claims seem–how could her husband be alive? And if he is, why hasn’t he looked her up? – Shelley desperately wants to know the truth. She and Paolo jet across the globe to track Max down–if it is really Max– and along the way, Shelley recounts the European package tour where they had met. As she relives Max’s stories of bloody Parisian barricades, medieval Austrian kitchens, and buried Roman boathouses, Shelley begins to piece together the story of who her husband was and what these new revelations mean for her “happily ever after.” And as she and Paolo get closer to the truth, Shelley discovers that not all stories end where they are supposed to.
Eighteen, what does that really mean.
Now that I am eighteen,
I can make my own rules.
Able to date now,
Make my own money.
Pay my own bills.
Come and go when I please.
Grown is what I am now.
Able to vote & say know.
My mom always rebutted with the comment.
Girl, coming of age means.
Many things, and now you are about to find out.
Remember my final words: It takes.
A person a long time to know where, she came from and where she is going.
Age is just a number.
You are defined by your actions and your morals.
By Philly Author Bernadine Feagins
Ps. This poem is in the book SISTER LET ME TELL’ YA!
About the Author
The greatest mistake you can make in life is to continually be afraid you will make one. Go for what you WANT, if not you will always WONDER ! By Bernadine Feagins