I wrote this piece of prose many, many years ago. It seems to sum me up in just those few lines. When I feel that I’ve reached my lowest point, I seem to find the strength from somewhere deep within to pull myself back up and reach, once more.

The phoenix has risen from the ashes!
With the sun on my back
And the wind in my hair
Where no-one can catch me
Except those who’d dare
To come fly with me
Glide along at my side
Flying forever

What a glorious Ride!

Β© Daydreamer

When we think we’ve had enough and can’t go any further, we really, can. You just have to believe!

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15 thoughts on “Home”

  1. I miss you very much, Bren. This is just to let you know I am thinking of you! I hope you are having the break you need.

  2. I love this poem, love the strength and independence and recovery it reveals along with the invitation.

    Thank you for visiting my site and leaving your comment on “Going our own ways.” In my life I have been what you might call “bi,” but whether man or woman we have tried to establish the long-term relationship described in the poem. I know the death of a long-time partner and the years of rising again, but not the joy of having a child.

    1. So glad you found my presence here so I could find you again! I still write at OD; this is a new and different blog for a different kind of writing! It’s always good to be connected with you, Ms. Daydreamer.

  3. The Phoenix, an awesome creature. It, too, represents getting through in my own life. Thank you so much for this writing.

  4. Hi, Bre,
    I added your blog to my e-mail. To be honest this looks like a great site. I am so glad you are enjoying yourself. I am writing but back at the level of private paper diaries and of course, my articles at textbroker.com. Perhaps someday, when my heart is back to normal, I will write again,
    Much love, Freewind

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