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Looking Deep


Looking A Free Spirit

Looking with the eyes that sees only the delicate natural beauty

 of freedom that lives in that free spirit soul.

The energy jolts within my spirit to want become one with the universe

 and to live and to love in natures grace.

We place too much on focus on what the world thinks

is what makes us look our best.

When we are free from the things that hold us back

 we confess to others that we are going to be

 who are meant to be.

The free spirit that society sees as being a freak

the sea is a vast as the mind is deep.

 With intuition of the things that will be seen

knowing things are not the way they seem, as other may want us to believe.

Lift up the inner being and let the light of peace

and tranquility of God's love, bring you into nature's perfect love.

Copyright c Susan Wall 6-24-2014


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Submitted on August 26, 2014

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I am a born again Christian, I go to a church that preaches all the Bible. Some years ago you would call that kind of church a holy rolling church. I am very proud to be called a Christian. He saved from hell and gave me a new life. God saved my soul from hell. I am a mother, a stay at home house wife. I love to write and share with others what God has done for me. I write to cope with stress as well, it is my outlet. God has given me the gift to write. I want to make a difference to someone that may be hurting. Maybe my writings will lead someone to the Lord with my life experiences. God bless those who reads this. I am also known as the Dreamer with identifying myself to other people. I am just a sinner saved by grace. more…

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