Kim Hilliker Poems
|1.||Let It Be Said...||11/4/2012|
|2.||Modesty For Everyone||11/4/2012|
|3.||Advice As It Is Given||11/4/2012|
|4.||Words Of Expression||11/4/2012|
|7.||An Ending Note||11/4/2012|
|8.||Two Of The Same||11/4/2012|
|17.||Finding Your Way Home||8/7/2016|
|20.||The Beauty Of It All||11/4/2012|
|21.||The Pleasure Of Contentment||11/4/2012|
|26.||Blessing To My Daughter||11/4/2012|
|27.||Suffer The Little Children||11/4/2012|
|28.||When You Think Of Me||11/4/2012|
|29.||Nature, Nurture And Self-Esteem||11/4/2012|
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Nature, Nurture And Self-Esteem
Blessed are those who naturally possess
a strong sense of self and solid self-esteem.
- This is nature at its best.
Vulnerable are those who solely succumb to
relying on extrinsic forces to consider their self-worth.
- This calls for nurturing in its most primal state.
If children grow up being enjoyed rather than tolerated,
They learn to accept themselves and others.
If children are liked as well as loved,
They feel like they fit in the world;
They have a sense of belonging.
If children are talked 'to' rather than 'at, '
They find their own voice. ...
I have a pain so profound that I cannot name it
I try to ignore it, but I'm forced to claim it
It's a gut wrenching sorrow that only grows
An affliction that absolute misery knows
There's dejection in every breath that I take
And torment controls every move that I make
Love has abandoned me and pulverized my heart
Faith has done nothing but tear me apart
My spirit is faded and my soul has turned bleak