Writing

A Tired Soul #tenwordstory #poem 


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Tired. Worn shoes. Getting too dark to turn back now.
© Pamela E. Hester

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Writing

When We Love, We Do It Unconditionally #MondayBlogs #Poetry 


Two magnetized souls as One.

Two hearts radiating love for our own self and for each other.

Our energies vibrating at the highest frequency, and into the 5th Dimension.

We love unconditionally.

Each other thoughts we can hear,

Tapping into the deep recesses of the minds of the other.

Our spirits leave our bodies,

To search for one another

Zapping, zipping, ascending into the cosmos.

Oh, how I love thee!

Our love is so passionate, beautiful, free, kind, and honest.

Never to be taken for granted.

We pulled apart, not because we don’t love anymore, but to become stronger and powerful until we are together.

A love that is truly, madly, and deeply.

A bond no one can break, this soul connection we have.

Let’s keep our hearts surrendered.

Our minds, honest.

Our will, courageous.

And, our spirits, unified.

I love you, and you love me, and that’s the way it should be. ✨💞✨💞

 

—By: Pamela Hester ©2017

Love

Give It And Receive With Your Whole Self #poetry #amwriting 


Scheduled post.

I hope everyone is having a great day! Ugh, where have the weekend gone? Seems like it lasts only a few hours. Lol.
Below is a poem of mines I wrote last month to passed the time that I want to share with you all.                                  Love and light. 😊 💞

🌹 🌹 🌹 🌹

Look deep within yourself and see the greatness that others failed to see.

See the inner beauty.

The strength.

The energy, fire and drive.

See what you yourself have failed to see, because you felt you weren’t up to someone’s standards. 

Know this: in order to receive love, you also have to give it.

And, give it with your whole mind, body and soul.

However, only to that special person who cherishes you, love unconditionally, take the time to remind you how wonderful you are. And most of all, gives you respect, loyalty and ALL of them.

By: Pamela E. Hester