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“Audacity of Her” – Poetry Release

For the last couple of months y’all have been reading my posts on abuse. I have hoped that pouring out my heart would help encourage others towards healing as well as create awareness for those that can protect helpless children who continue to be vulnerable at the hands of molesters.

There has been pain beneath this smile

There has been a child beneath this woman

There are scars beneath this glitter

There’s a human

There’s a wife

There’s a mother

There’s a friend

Beneath this face

There’s forgiveness

There’s Faith

There’s hope

Beyond myself

Audacity of her is a very simple collection of abuse related poetry some of which have been published on the blog but most have not. It’s nothing fancy and it’s self-published with help from my husband. I have it listed as an EBOOK on Amazon in the link below.

 Audacity Of Her

I really want to say thank you to all my readers and the overwhelming support I have received from the blogging community. I am truly humbled by your love and kindness.

God bless.

21 thoughts on ““Audacity of Her” – Poetry Release

  1. Remain blessed for the good work you are doing for children 👶
    I understand your heart,it’s full of compassion.
    I was engaged for a long time to stop abuse against innocent and vulnerable children in inter country adoption.
    How far you succeed depends on how much you are understood .

  2. Congratulations! Only when truth is spoken, can knowledge for others and healing for the abused begin. Thank you for your courage in sharing your pain. It will help others. I wish you much support and blessings in your published work. And I love the title!

    1. Thank you Deborah for your love and kindness. Thank you for your readership. It’s from knowing that someone is listening that I derive the courage to speak out. Thank you again. ❤

  3. Thank you Elizabeth. You have been so kind to me and as odd as it may sound, I have felt a mother’s touch throughout and I thank you. I am very thankful for being able to speak and share a painful path once traveled but also remind others that there’s hope and healing. Have a wonderful weekend.

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