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...3 weeks early because my babies would be nine to ten pounds. if I didn’t. Although I am tiny, my deliveries were all natural without drugs or ripping and tearing. After short labours, I feel great with little pain.I am blessed with comical circumstances surrounding many of my pregnancies and births. Take my eighth delivery.
Our doctor had warned us to come into town immediately with my first labour pains because that baby was going to come quickly. Dr. H met me outside the hospital, helped me out of our old van, into a wheelchair and literally ran past admitting with a huge grin... (more)
...mine eyes blessed yours
Before I held you
Before we kissed
Tender chivalrous graciousness
Surrendering of our hearts Merging splendrous magnificence
Giving soul the touch
Of heaven's birthright
An unaltered state
Of pureness and sacred gifts
Sealed like a treasured love letter
Hidden cherished abundance
Every secret revealed
Kissed with the beauty of truth
Knowing in that moment
Forever will never expire
It lives on... (more)
The beauty of the break of dawn
Touches my heart today
Giving birth to a soulful peace
Thanking My God
The universe for this blessing...
My vision drawn to the splendor reflected
In heavenly purple and pink hazes
I embrace this day
All the earth, the sky
The wonders created and gifted to us ...
I softly whisper "I love you"
As I listen the justification
Vibrates in my soul
"I love you too" ...(more)
...of hope are meant to be, giving life to survivor's dreams
- "Come my enemy, give life to me by your violence"
Cherished visions have no meaning unless colored with blackened attacks
Their worth determined by the crackling heckles of many jealous lovers
- "Come my enemy, give life to me by your acridity"
Victory will never give birth till hate eagerly prevents its hasty advance
Only pain and adversity will show the incensed revelation of a hero
- "Come my enemy, I know success by your presence"
First written in Opinions Of Eye(more)
In the early dawn, the dark and the bright birth
My silver cage flew open, and I wandered,
In the cool of the morning, the placenta of night
My foundling feet find rhythm, and I wandered,
In the heat of noon, the umbilical light a rage
My downy wings grow furious, and I wandered,
In the dying day, the flower of life now closing
My infant dreams lay in grasses, and I wandered,
First written in opinionsofeye.com(more)
...movies, and in the grand stage of the home of my youth. Foreshortened future, that was a symptom, all hope sterilized, no will to think that tomorrow is a viable possibility. With no tomorrow available in my mind, I grabbed anything available, not my dreams, I possessed not the capability to birth those; but dreams birthed by other souls, who fate bestowed with that capability. I took hold of the dream of a family. Years later, memories evade me, nothing but a handful from all those moments. Next, a dream of religion. Another tragedy of errors, it seemed that I believed too much, a... (more)
...appears to have been coded by its own whimsy, arbitrary data from an ancient cosmic past, returning, hoping to seek treatment.
She begins to think, really think, for the very first time today, but she needs to remain very still. She should continue to keep the illusion on and yet, it carries a type of persistence, a trick birthday candle constance, the showing of dreamy faces melting in tandem breaking all known laws of dripping.
She is able to see a small part of it as [mobile opinion mystery="mom"], one with the heart of a rainbow.
She will look again tomorrow.(more)
People always hear about terrorism; they would like to know how it started and the way it developed. This article is going to brief the origins of terrorism.
The very first existence of terrorism was heard between the 1st Century BCE and the -13th Century. From there, it spread in the Pre-Modern World.
Actually, this means that the history of terrorism is as old as humans' willingness to use violence to settle conflicts with neighbours and this has spread until it became used in politics as to hinder and intimidate people’s opinions for development. In this view, the Sicarii were... (more)
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