A poem on how my father’s move has been going and a surprise review from Suma Reddy, The Bio-Blogger!
I’ve written several poems about my dad’s challenging move and sent them to him which he’s found respite in thankfully, unlike my book. 😉 I may post the others at some point as well. This is the second of 2 dumpsters. The other one was 3 times the size. It was sad to see how much stuff went into the land fill. There is a huge dilemma with so many places not taking recyclables any more. Truly crushing.
Can’t catch my shadows
of a million dreams,
no matter how much I try.
The bitter pill
tears me apart
at the seams.
shatter me in pieces.
Glass shards pierce
through my skin.
Years of acquiring,
at moments notice.
My life belongings,
in a dumpster.
I am more than my belongings
as I squint
through the tears.
I’m forced to leave my home I’ve loved
for all these years.
I planned to die here.
I’ll miss my neighbors and I thought my soul mate.
home is where my heart is and
I know my way around (I’m almost blind).
They say I’ll be better off,
I’ll find my balance and shed the past,
I’m not not certain that’s true,
Unlike my Dad, Suma and most everyone else I know so far has found my book extremely useful and I’ve gotten 5 Star reviews, thankfully. I’ve been friends with Suma for quite a long while and her infectious love for life and relationships always send messages of encouragement, honesty and hope. She had taken a necessary break for awhile and is now back spreading her love and wonderful poetry and stories through the blogosphere. She is truly a Princess which is my nickname for her since she calls me her Queen.
Snippet of Suma Reddy’s Review on my book, Re-Create & Celebrate
“Recreate and Celebrate” is more than just a book; it is a life-changing experience. Cindy Georgakas has masterfully crafted a guide that empowers, motivates and uplifts readers to unleash their inner potential. Her realistic approach and life coaching skills will inspire individuals from all walks of life to embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and celebration.In a world that often feels overwhelming, “Recreate & Celebrate” offers a guiding light, reminding us that within our own personal stories lies the power to recreate our lives and celebrate the extraordinary beings we are meant to become. Happy….. Reading! 🥰
To hear her entire review please go here to read the rest.
Thank you so very much Suma for your wonderful review. I’m so very honored by your wonderful review and friendship!❣️❣️❣️
Tomorrow I’m going with Renee to the hospital for her scheduled C-Section and to meet Grand baby number 2. I’ll keep you posted and share her babies arrival on Fun-Fri-Yayyyyy!
Everyone is asking what Bhlat named her baby. I’d like to know as well. It’s week 3 and I hear today is the deadline but I haven’t heard a word so I’m going with Puddin Tane, ask me again and I’ll tell you the same.
“In fact “pudding tame” and variants (pudding/puddin’ [and] tame/tane/tang) are used today with the sense “I won’t tell you my name” (e.g., often as a. ‘handle’ or pen-name on the Internet, = “Anonymous”). The expression was. used in the “X-files” TV program in 1999.
Until Friday, have a great rest of the week.
Stay Safe and Blessed,