Courage George

Poem – Courage George by Natasha

Sometimes we need that little reminder …

Courage to face the demon,

That shouts, screams and gets angry,

The one that points the finger like a sharp blade,

Cutting away at our own self-esteem,

As the anger consumes their life,

Slowly eating away the cells,

Crippling pains,

The cracks are there.

Courage to speak face to face,

Understand their torment,

Comfort their wounds,

With a balm of sweet palm roses,

Recuperate the broken hearted,

Embrace their fragile minds,

Touch their soul inside out,

So they can rejoice at the miracle of being,

Alive, awake and present,

Today’s courage can shape the future,

But tomorrow is still undecided,

Find courage and show them we care …

A frightened child needs the hand of their network foundation built on unconditional Love;

mother, father, brother, sister, cousin, Aunty, uncle, grandparents, friend, teacher and guide, Master to face the challenge of today …

Published by Luisa Natasha Parker

"Our story does not define us but our actions will.” When faced with difficult choices in Life, some of our beliefs, self-sabotaging ideas we have about ourselves and others in our relationships will challenge us to take charge. Some will rise and take charge, whilst others will need a helping hand with The Power of Words Collection in english and spanish. Women in Poetry celebrates the voice of women, in recognition of their tremendous influence and impact in poetry, and showcases their inspirational words, stories and poems for the world to read. - 14th December 2018. Join the Conversation Every Friday on the 5 Minute Podcast - Parker The Poet in Kent Other links https://open.spotify.com/show/1zxSsPcHFRnGWoT0AizPTz https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqb5eI3DkpgUyLxx_pEeAzQ https://www.instagram.com/luisanatashaparker/ https://twitter.com/luisa_natasha https://www.facebook.com/luisanatashaparker

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