Spring, an acrostic poem From “The Book” (work in progress)

Sisters laughing, Playing together, Ring around the roses, In the Nearing of summer, Gladiolus growing in the field. -Sarah age 11 This poem captures a cheerful and playful atmosphere that is often associated with spring. The image of sisters laughing and playing together evokes a sense of joy and togetherness. The reference to "Ring around … Continue reading Spring, an acrostic poem From “The Book” (work in progress)

The Ultimate Equation (from The Poet and The Mathematician)

The equation by Salie Davis 2003 The Ultimate Equation In the world of symbols and signs,Where math and language intertwine,There's an equation that's undefined,A concept that's hard to define. Zero times infinity,Is a puzzle to see,A mystery to unravel,A paradox to grapple. But in the realm of emotions,Where love and passion are in motion,There's a … Continue reading The Ultimate Equation (from The Poet and The Mathematician)

In Illness and in Spiritual Health: from The Book

In shadows dwell, weakened by illness, Silent cries concealed. Illumine the path with love, Bring light to heal the spirit. The depths of night consumes hope, Shrouded in despair. But in the darkness, a spark, Love's lantern ignites the way. Sarah had a vivid imagination that overflowed into her mind often flooding her with emotions. … Continue reading In Illness and in Spiritual Health: from The Book