Friday, September 23, 2005

A Poetic Interlude to Easier Said Than Done


Easier Said Than Done - Cover

The crisp, ripe smell of destiny is aglow, vividly.

Awaiting accomodation from my smile.

So, my tender lips, ever so gently embraces and ignites such flames of promise.

I shall heal.

The frostbitten and brittle days of yesteryears rested heavily on my soul
......a burdened milestone smoothed from bouts of blue anguish.

I shall release.

Taking hold of the future without fear, using all of my senses to embrace what
lies ahead.

The future represents my passion awakened from the soul of my undying spirit.

Reflection of my bittersweet past brings the realization that time has released
me from the gaping wounds of my blood and tear soaked journey.

Inspite of and despite all ...... I've discovered my own path on my own and for
my own .....finding my destiny was Easier Said Than Done.

Easier Said Than Done.

Dedicated to my sister, mother and all of the beautiful and selfless women who are doing it and doing it well ..... regardless!

11 comments:

  1. it goes unspoken... but I shall say, you have an elegant grace with words. Beautiful!

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  2. Oh boy is a lot easier "said than done..." only if in this world, all were reverse....

    thanks for the heads up this.

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  3. Nikki, excellent! That was prose at its very best!

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  4. Nice interlude. I must look into purchasing a copy of your book. I feel I may be able to relate to this one

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  5. Your blog is good we are looking at different site for ideas for our own site we have a Tai Chi books site to help people with health problems Tai Chi books

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  6. I have a copy of your book and I'm reading it thanx to envizable. I can't wait to share my reviews.

    btw, love the Poetic Interlude

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  7. This is my first time visiting. You have a wonderful blog. I enjoy your writing. I'm an amateur myself, but please check out my writing: consciouslylivingadream.blogspot.com

    Your comments will be greatly appreciated. I'll definately be back. And I'll be picking up a copy of your book too.

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  8. Hi Nikki,

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    peace

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  9. Anonymous11:15 PM

    I was looking for blogs about tai chi and came across yours. I have whats referred to as a hard style Karate School and this is something we've been contemplating adding to it. Great blog you have and I've enjoyed reading the posts on it.

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  10. This flows perfectly with your book. Almost finished and I must say..

    Sizzle..

    I love your imagery.. I'm a sucker for great prose.

    Shaye

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