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Natasha Hetzel Poems
I need the strength to move another foot. The strength that the others have took. To walk this shadowed road. And to continue to not fold.
When you want to fall Hold onto a rail You can trust me, You will not fail.
Afraid To Be Wrong
Am I fearful, or am I strong? Am I right, or am I wrong?
Whispers in the night hold on tight. Until they continue on their flight. With one step- My other falters.
Memories, Memories Go Away. You keep making me lose- What I am about to say.
Trust Takes Love
Love is something- For all of us. Life will always cease at- End of trust.
Flicker of Hope
When the going gets tough I feel I will fall; I think of the days when I felt so tall. A flicker of hope lights up the way,
Pages of Love
Love is like a book. The suspense will never end. You smile with joy at every look. There's always a hand to be lend.
Long and Red
Long hair, bright and red; Keeps me smiling, While texting in bed. Laughs, grins, blushes, and smiles;
Comments about Natasha Hetzel
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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(19 January 1809 - 7 October 1849)
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I need the strength to move another foot.
The strength that the others have took.
To walk this shadowed road.
And to continue to not fold.
I need the strength that I have lost.
The strength to give the ball another toss.
To keep my head high in the sky.
And to find a way to fly.
I need the strength to live on.
The strength that I haven't won.
To smile when I want to fall.
And to stand up tall.
I need the strength to love.
The strength to look above.
To stand tall under the earth's dome.
And to find my final home.