Shannon Hogan

Rookie - 60 Points (6/17/87 / San francisco)

Epiphany - Poem by Shannon Hogan


Look at yourself in the mirror
Think about what you see
Do you see who’s before you
What does this person represent
Who are you really?
How can anyone understand you unless you do?
Your eyes have now opened
Remind yourself
That you are beyond beauty
You are God’s child
He has made you in brilliance and glory
No one can take your pride
Let it show when you stand
Don’t let your shoulder stoop
Don’t let your chin drop
You are a queen
So demand the respect
Talk like your tongue is valued more than silver
Never let your lips grow tainted
But be wise at the words you speak
Let serenity guard you daily
Always move forward never look back
When others try to take you back
Simply dismiss them
You have a clean slate
A new start
Let Guidance embrace you in her arms

By Shannon Hogan

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 13, 2010

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