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Resilient Soul

A graduate of Psychology who finds writing poems therapeutic. A caring mother, loving wife, compassionate counselor, and music lover.

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Life's a mess

Trials come like a pouring rain

Storms and stresses overflow

Unruffled by the blow


Dreams fogged

Vagueness overwhelmed

Persistency prevailed

Until a rainbow can be seen


Challenges of life continue

As struggles may come and go

A brave soul conquers

A lionheart brings home the butter


Finding rest in the presence of the Divine

Inspired by loved ones and friends

Motivated by aspirations

A resilient soul emerged


Better Days by Dianne Reeves

This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.

© 2015 Best of Aying

Comments

Best of Aying (author) from Philippines on November 17, 2015:

Thank you, Hari. I already read your poem and it is also a wonderful work.

Best of Aying (author) from Philippines on November 17, 2015:

Thank you, Hari. I already read your poem and it is also a wonderful work.

Hari Prasad S from Bangalore on November 17, 2015:

Jocelyn,

I felt like i am on a Flight that safely landed in the end.

Sort of relief. Very well constructed and beautiful poem too.

Do check my poem 'roof is seeping', it has a similar touch.

- Hari

Best of Aying (author) from Philippines on October 24, 2015:

Hi, Surabhi! My name is considered common though. :-) I am glad you are inspired by my writing in the same way that I appreciated yours. Speaking of challenges, yes you're right, and all we need is to have faith, to be strong and to live life to the fullest.

Surabhi Kaura on October 23, 2015:

I just noticed you have a beautiful name - Jocelyn :)

Surabhi Kaura on October 23, 2015:

Aying, this is very inspiring. Yes, challenges continue, for they aren't stop signs... they're guidelines. Well done!

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