Guest Poet: March
Every month I shall be posting a poem/article from a guest blogger. If you are interested in becoming a guest blogger on this blog, please note your interest on the comments section below or email me at email@example.com
May I introduce you to a wonderful and talented poet, Maureen Turner. I know you will love Maureen’s work, she is such a beautiful and heartfelt writer.
Having had tragic circumstances to deal with in my life with the sudden loss of my twin brother, husband and father all within a close space of time, I felt I had to write down some of my thoughts in the form of a poem to try and give me strength to get through such sad times, I feel that poetry helped me express my emotions and hopefully will encourage others to read them and take strength from them to carry on each day and look at every day as a blessing, I now try and look at life in a more positive way and have realised that through time we all get stronger.
In our lives the sun may shine, some days I wonder why not in mine. with a spring in your step, you go about your day, but what about those who are not made that way.
Sharing your laugh and sharing your smile, means a lot to those who haven’t felt that in a while, they say try to be bubbly, try to be fun, but that’s really hard when you live a life where there is no sun.
Look in the mirror say what you see, tell yourself is that really me,the frown on my face those unlit eyes, what happened to that smile that could light up the skies.
Pick yourself up get back on track, watch out my girl or you’ll take a step back. So here I am smiling today and I have to tell myself ‘there is no other way’.
Copyright: Maureen Turner
Maureen has created a beautiful ebook of her own poems and if you would like to know more about Maureen’s work, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will certainly put you in touch with her.
4 thoughts on “Guest Poet of the Month – Maureen Turner”
Reblogged this on Clarabelle and commented:
Please let me introduce you again to Guest Blogger Maureen Turner 🙂
A wonderfully inspiring poem. It is the darkest days that are the true test of our strength and character. 🙂
Thank you Fred, I will ensure Maureen sees your comments. 🙂