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Good There

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Good There

Dark comes

Piers piled

Waves crush

Timbers split

Souls rent


Floods steal

Scenes lost

Fires bury

Moments fog

Places bent


Rubble stirs

Hearts beat

Light flows

Beams scattered

Flickered flight


Good shines

Pure strength

Beauty blooms

Memories birthed

Lift night

-gina valley

Great tragedy opens doors for great spirit.  Have you seen it?  Shoot me a comment.  I’m looking forward to hearing all about it.

6 Responses
  • Nice and yes it does. 🙂

    • gina valley
      November 5, 2012

      I’m so glad you liked it, Susan!

  • Amberr Meadows
    November 4, 2012

    This was beautiful. I didn’t know you were a poet, too, along with all your other talents!

    • gina valley
      November 5, 2012

      Thank you, Amberr! I appreciate the compliment!

  • Devon Pavan
    November 4, 2012

    I think every “bad” thing that has happened in my life makes me a far better parent than I would have been otherwise. I like to tell my teenaged daughter, “I’ve already lived your life. No need to do it again”.

    • gina valley
      November 5, 2012

      Since we are bound to make mistakes, it’s a great idea to learn from them. Certainly, all of our experiences, good and bad, shape who we are and the parents we develop into. It’s too bad that teens, mine included, aren’t more willing to learn from our mistakes rather than repeating them themselves.