The Society of Ordinary Prophets & Poets – Poems

Today a reminder from Jack Canfield about a Poem, Yesterday a reminder of a Poem and Today a reminder of a Poem “The Lost Child.”


“There is always light
if only we’re brave enough to see it
if only we’re brave enough to be it.”

– Amanda Gorman, “The Hill We Climb”
Inaugural poem, January 20th, 2021

At 10 was the first time I won 1st Prize with Christopher (as Christoph batters the Uk and families have to flee the flood waters).

A book filled with poems, stories and back then filled with romantic fantasy tales, coloured pictures which sadly no long remains in my possession.

It was a proud moment for a child from multi-cultural background to be selected.

Today many years on The Society of Ordinary Prophets and Poets highlights the stories, recognises the words from Leaders in the last Chapter 22.

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