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Carolyn Ford Witt

(1943 / Indiana USA)

Biography of Carolyn Ford Witt

I am a retired Nurse, married since 1961,4 children,12 grandchildren,8 greatgrandchildren so far. Raised 8 children, and numerous foster children over my lifetime. Have a profound belief in God and know that He is my guide in every part of my life.
I love to write poetry and take long walks beside the River. I also do genealogy and have over 120,000 names in my database.
Many of my poems are memories, some feelings, most religious, and many written to a specific sentence or plot given me by someone else, such as 'Titanic' and 'Indianapolis' or 'Aviation'. Most of the Love poems were either for my husband or for a theme write. The friendship poems are for special people I have known.

Carolyn Ford Witt's Works:

Have many published poems on NetHugs.com and in our local newspaper. I have been asked many times to write poetry for funerals, a few are included here. (I'm not really morbid) just sensitive. I have over 2000 poems in my personal database of many styles and subjects.

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MOON'S MAGIC

-MOON'S MAGIC-
by Miss Caroline

The Moon hanging high in the darkness
Softly light comes filtering down,
Stars scattered o'er the horizon
Lying there, as diamonds in a crown.

Each moonbeam kissing Earth's senses

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