No Matter What I Am

No matter my strength

I want gentle known.

No matter my tenderness

I want strength within.

I want patience

Without losing my impulsivity.

I want kindness as a rule

But anger sometimes serves a purpose.

No matter what I am in a moment

It does not exist in my every moment.

 

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25 thoughts on “No Matter What I Am

  1. pamelezz says:

    Another great poem, sometimes your poetry makes me want to cry, and other times I laugh so hard I nearly fall off my chair. veronica@wRiteInK

  2. pamelezz says:

    Hi, Another nice poem sometimes I want to cry when I read your poems, and other times I laugh so hard I nearly fall off my chair. veronica@wRiteInK

  3. goldenbrodie says:

    You have embraced the balanced of our lives that can exist. I’m on it with you…and your touching butterfly.

  4. ksbeth says:

    it’s an ongoing balancing act. love the visual –

  5. taylormitch says:

    Thanks for the great words of wisdom. Always remember to live each day to the fullest

  6. kerrymckim says:

    I love this. Balance is so hard to achieve.

  7. russtowne says:

    It’s easy to see that your wants are being fulfilled.

  8. Your wants are perfect. May they continue to be met!

  9. Debra says:

    I love this, Colleen. And your illustration is just precious!

  10. reocochran says:

    Beautiful drawing and message, Colleen.
    I like trying to have both inner strength and gentle nature. When my fierce side comes to defend or to remind family or friends, of right or wrong, often comes too upset or unexpectedly. The human nature of the reaction sometimes needs “tamping down.” hugs xo

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