What they say …

Poetry Recognitions …

Our Story does not define us but our actions will.” Natasha

“The Lost Child”, has been selected by our editors as one of The Top-100 Poems of 2015, and will be published in The Top-100 Poems of 2015 Poetry Anthology.

MOMENTS” to be Published in The 2015 Annual New England Poetry Journal and Anthology .

“The Lost Child”,
has been selected to be Published in the SEPTEMBER issue of Contemporary Poetry Digest.

“Robbed of Life”, was selected by our editors as one of the Top-100 Poems of 2016.

I would like to use the first verse of your poem in my written message on each wreath as I think it sums up the sentiment of Remembrance Sunday so well.

The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP

Member of Parliament for Tunbridge Wells
House of Commons, London
We Remember Them 100 Years

The Power of Words Collection

Education Edition Available on Amazon Kindle Apple

The Power of Words Mindful Reflection Series Special Education Edition

Latest Comment October 2021

“How wonderful! SO refreshing to see someone TRULY think about what is needed by children after the long day at school whilst at the same time reflecting what hard work and energies parents and adults put into helping and providing for them. 

My favourite lines are 

As we remember the tiresome, Dedication, hard work – all outstanding teachers would hate to think of what they encourage as tiresome but the reality is that for many learners it will be – that’s why it is important to remember to keep our lessons creative, to focus on the bigger picture and encourage those moments of self-reflection and the WHY we are learning/doing/making. 

Take a moment and close your eyes, take a deep breath in and out and remember a time when you faced a challenging moment and decided you just needed that moment of creativity to sing, to dance, to paint, to play to the rhythm of your favourite melody and to feel fully alive and engaged. – we all need this as human beings. I used to do a lot of brain-break activities in my lessons and this has reminded me of the need for them. And of the need for me to switch on the creative side of my brain too. 

Words are extremely powerful things – harnessing the power of what we say to ourselves is just as important as what we say to others. This book will help children – and the supervising adult – do just that. 

Thank you for sharing this. What a treat. 

Kind regards, 


Mrs. Siobhan Dickerson MA (Oxon), NPQH

Director of Specialism 

Careers and Higher Education Advisor GEMS FirstPoint School


“Luisa Natasha Parker’s Moment of Reflection series is an exhilarating 20-day series in which you focus on a different word each day. Her writing is poetic, loving and empowering. I recommend this series to anyone who needs more joy, love and positive encouragement in their life.”

-Dr. Steve G. Jones, Clinical Hypnotherapist

“Impressive work Natasha, I already feel more relaxed and happy“.

– Matt Tompkins – Principal / CEO Gems FirstPoint School

“Words are the language of our minds. We often think in words. In this sense language is the software of our mind. What if the words themselves influence our thinking? Could the words we think with actually change the way we think? The Power of Words is beautifully written by Luisa Natasha Parker and helps bring greater consciousness and awareness to our choice of words. The focus is to choose the uplifting words that best help raise self esteem and nourish the power within. I recommend this book to anyone to create a more positive mind.”

– Simon Brown, Macrobiotic and Feng Shui Author, Teacher and Consultant


“Luisa Natasha Parker’s book, The Power of Poetry, encourages daily reflection. Her poems and words are empowering and inspirational. I recommend this book to anyone who is seeking self-awareness.”

–Dr. Steve G. Jones, International No.1 Clinical Hypnotherapist

“When we read in language, we begin to form the words, phrases and sentences that we will use to express ourselves and think in. Our thoughts are shaped by the words we use to think. At a young age when we our minds are forming, we are highly influenced by language and the patterns, or way of thinking, that will build upon our early reading. Affirmative, constructive, creative language helps create a mind with similar qualities.It is therefore such a blessing to have this beautifully worded book available for young and old to explore, try out and play with words.”

–Simon Brown, Author, Teacher and Consultant in Macrobiotics, Feng Shui and Face Reading.

“In these times people need a comforting word which Natasha’s book provides through poetry.”

–Victor A Vargas Vega International Consultant on applied Neuroscience


The Society of Ordinary Prophets and Poets is a skilfully constructed journey of reflection. The author has layered emotional responses to cleverly crafted stimulus. Your own attachment to the words is deeply personal. The opportunity to respond to your feelings within the book allows you to quickly re-count and re-visit the path you take through the book.I would highly recommend this book to support self-reflection. Our lives are often complex and at times confusing, this compilation facilitates the finding of clarity. Thank you Natasha, this is a gift that we will all cherish.

– Matt Tompkins – Principal / CEO Gems FirstPoint School


“Natasha’s genius has created a beautiful collection of works that brings sparkle to all of our lives.”

– Matt Tompkins, Principal / CEO Gems FirstPoint School

“I would encourage people who love books to buy Sparkle and to share the message with others.”

– Don Green, CEO, Napoleon Hill Foundation 

“Another one of Natasha’s inspirational works. It is an inspiring read and gives a wonderful chance to reflect and appreciate different aspects of life.”

– D. Urban, Senior Social Media and Research Consultant at UP Consultoria Empresarial

Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.

Robert Frost

I would define, in brief, the poetry of words as the rhythmical creation of Beauty.

Edgar Allan Poe

Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.


Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility.

William Wordsworth

Circle – State of Mind (Excerpt #New Release Sparkle) 

“If you think you are beaten, you are, 

If you think you dare not, you don’t 

If you like to win, but think you can’t, 

It is almost certain you won’t.

If you think you’ll lose, your lost 

For out of the world we find, 

Success begins with a fellow’s will – 

It’s all in the state of mind.

If you think you are outclassed, you are, 

You’ve got to think high to rise, 

You’ve got to be sure of yourself before 

You can ever win a prize.

Life’s battles don’t always go

To the stronger or faster man,

But soon or late the man who wins 

Is the man WHO THINKS HE CAN.”

(Honouring: Napoleon Hill 1937)

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