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Last Night I Forgave Myself (Poem)

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Last night I forgave myself,
it was something I had never done before,
something that I never thought would happen,
something that came out of nowhere.
Last night I forgave myself,
for all of the harsh words I once spoke
the words that I spoke to my body,
the words that I spoke to my mind,
the words that I spoke to my heart.

Last night I finally forgave myself
and told my reflection in the mirror
that I would never do such a thing again,
I finally forgave myself,
and now, I am content.

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Monsters (Poem)

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Creatures so tall they become inhuman,
covered with copious amounts of fur
and teeth the size of sharks,
it’s no wonder why we all shudder,
these creatures have become the monsters of tales,
yet are they the true monsters we should hide from?
No.
Slicked black hair and piercing eyes,
watching our every move
as they move about in disguise,
these creatures are very much human
and the ones we should be afraid of,
for they are the ones who wield more power
then the creatures from ancient legends,
they are the true monsters of the night.

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Faith (Poem)

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She was made of broken pieces
ones that were placed together by faith,
faith in herself,
faith in humanity,
faith in the fact that she would never shatter.
Sure, she was terrified that someone might try,
try to shatter her dreams,
shatter the love she bore,
shatter her entire being,
but that didn’t matter,
she still had faith in herself.

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Twenty Years From Now (Poem)

 

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Twenty years from now
I want to say that I dropped out of the sky,
twenty years from now
I want to say that I’ve experienced breathtaking sights.
Twenty years from now
I want to say that I wasn’t afraid to move,
that I wasn’t afraid to take chances,
to jump head in
instead of dipping my toes barely in.

Twenty years from now
I want to look back on my life,
with my husband by my side,
and my children on my lap,
telling them I did all of those things
because I wasn’t scared,
because I didn’t dare look back.

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All Over the Map (Poem)

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I left my soul in pieces around the world,
from the mountains of Alaska
in the deserts of Arizona,
in the misty mornings of Ireland.

I left my heart on the beach in California,
on the stops the memorial in D.C.,
on the train going south
without ever looking back.

I left my inner being in each corner of the world,
and I would never ask for it back,
why would I?
When I know that I was meant to be scattered
all over the map.

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Go (Poem)

 

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Don’t take life so seriously,
Grab your backpack
and run down those halls,
run down to the train station,
to the airport and go.

Go somewhere new,
Go somewhere that you have never been before,
Go somewhere that you have always dreamt of,
because it doesn’t matter how many china sets you own,
or fancy cars in your garage,
all that matters are the memories and adventures
that you create in your life.
So, go.

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Up-and-coming Fashion Line: Cleo Madison

To start this post off, this is something brand new to me. I have never in my life critiqued any article of clothing, and when I was approached by the CEO of Cleo Madison, Elizabeth Morgan, to check out her clothing and write a post, I was a little nervous, but of course said yes, because it is good to get out of your comfort zone and do something out of the ordinary.

A little about the company, Cleo Madison is a modest fashion line created by Elizabeth Morgan and her husband Adam, who live Utah. Elizabeth always had a rough time trying to find modest clothing, even modest clothes that were fashionable. So she started her own fashion line, not only for herself, but for other women who are also looking for fashionable modest clothes.

The Aspen Floral Hoodie is the number one article clothing I saw and knew that I had just to try it out. And trust me, I made the right choice, because it is perfect. It is light enough for the spring time and the summer. And oddly enough, it kept me warm outside as the snow fell all around this sleepy city in Alaska, but don’t recommend wearing the hoodie in 20 degree weather. The hoodie has a floral pattern on the front, with the sides, back, arms, and top part of the hood with a gray shade. There’s even a hidden floral piece on the inner part of the hood, making it even more interesting. There’s a slight type of a front pouch where you place your hands, the only thing is its not a full one. The entire hoodie screams vintage inspired, because it seems as though it would be able to fit most of anyone’s wardrobe.

I certainly recommend this hoodie, heck, I even recommend the rest of the fashion line to everyone. And with Christmas coming up in a month, the clothes will be perfect for your daughter, niece, or even for yourself as a present. If you want to check out where to find this hoodie, follow the link below and you’ll be able to not only see it, but also check out the other articles of clothes.

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