Full-Time Momma

(Savor these precious moments, they fly by too fast) By Cestiny Crowther Full-time momma and proud that I am, I can make a castle out of water and sand. I can magically fix a broken, princess purse strap And draw pictures of puppy dogs and kitty cats. Arts and crafts...

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In The Silence

By Cestiny Crowther He sits silent and alone, on a quiet night As he deeply ponders the wrongs and rights. The Angels, and the devil, are at war on his back, With his tears, he prays, that he’ll get back on track. How has his life gone completely to waste?...

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Up To Me

(Strength coming through) By Cestiny Crowther Within my soul Sit’s a scarred and blackened depth. I cannot reach the rope That is forever dangling above my head. It looks as if they are laughing, Or crying? I can’t tell Not knowing the position At which I am held. Do I...

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Molded By Hands Of Gold

(Remember whose you are!) By Cestiny Crowther You cannot help Who you love, Or yet, who loves you. Maintain a beautiful soul. Don’t turn ugly At the will of another. Everyone is a creation, A masterpiece, Molded by hands of gold. We are complicated creatures, With a “simple” road- Living...

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Reclaim Your True Identity

By Cestiny Crowther I wrote this poem last year in response to a conversation I had with someone who was feeling insecure in her relationship. She was struggling with wanting to hold on to modesty yet wanting to put effort into her looks to see if it would make things...

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Unconditional Love

By Cestiny Crowther I chose to share this poem today as a reminder to anyone who may need to hear it. We all make choices that we are not proud of and we all make mistakes that cannot be fixed. No one is perfect and yet we are loved more...

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I Am His Child

By Cestiny Crowther When you grow up in a mess, you tend to be a mess, attract messes, carry a mess around with you and cater to thoughts that are a mess. I remember when I started to write this, I was very angry with being compared to other women...

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Not Alone

By Cestiny Crowther Typically, when I write, my words are related to something I am feeling or thinking. Other times, they are related to how someone expressed their feelings to me. This particular poem is my reaction to a friend who swore to me that he was already too far...

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Journey To Forever

By: Cestiny Beuerlein (Guest Blogger) This poem was written in a time that I was fully facing the internal struggle of believing the lie about my identity or finding my way to the truth of who I am in Christ! Thank you for reading. The person inside Is trying to...

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You Were There

By: Julie Thompson You were there at the beginning from my very first breath when my eyes opened to see the loving family you gave me. You were there in the room when my innocence was lost your heart broke at the sight you comforted me through the dark nights....

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