Soul Poetry


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47 years old
Exton, PA
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I am woman who is almost 40 (yikes!) with 2 young children but still only feel like I have just turned 21. I believe we are all connected in this life and the purpose of our existence here is to find, live and fully experience our joy in whatever way we can. Life is too short for worry, fear or regrets.


Like most people, I have my own demons and issues from my childhood that I thought I would never surmount, but somewhere along the way, with the help of my dear friend Alice (aka Francesca), I found true healing and a deep sense of happiness and belonging in this world.


I learned and firmly believe that we are are all human, flawed, and imperfect but when we know better in life, we do better. I have a wonderfully giving heart and know that when I love, I do so with much passion.


Music (any and all forms) as well as poetry and great works of writers, deeply move my soul and remind me of how wonderful this life is if we just sit back and allow it to unfold in it's own way, in it's own time.


I love you Francesca and am deeply grateful to have found you in my life and to be able to call you my very best friend. Thank you for always being there for me and I am so proud of your accomplishments in life, this first book being one of them!


With Much Love,


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Reply Child of nature.
12:30 PM on September 1, 2010 
Dear one. You are a beautiful (near) forty year old. I agree on how you feel. I hit thirty and never felt older than I did twenty. I hit forty and did not realize it was my birthday until around noon. I am looking at 46 this Dec and I feel no different. To tell you the truth. I am just now beginning to live my life.


  • ""Thank you for speaking the unspeakable.""
    Dr. Kim Anderson