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Her Words

The words in her heart.
The words on her mind.
Her unique voice.
Inhibited and lacking confidence
She leaned on others’words.

Her soul waited patiently
Leading her down many paths
Some joyful, some meaningful
Others fraught with pain
Every experience recorded deep within.

“Write” her soul urged.
And the words came
Haltingly at first
Then more confidently
Echoing her thoughts
Mirroring her emotions
Reflecting her principles.

She wrote because she had to.
To celebrate her victories.
To mourn her losses.
To be.
She wrote to center herself,
Her words were now forever
Food for her soul.



100 Words on Saturday - Write Tribe


  1. Angela Angela September 24, 2013

    This is beautiful, Corinne, just beautiful.

  2. sheethalsusan sheethalsusan August 26, 2013


    P.S. I have nominated you for the Wonderful Team Membership Award. Know it’s not much, if you could can accept. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. vishalbheeroo vishalbheeroo August 26, 2013

    A beautiful tribute to millions of women writers and what goes in their minds:)

  4. Shiva Shiva August 26, 2013

    Beautiful … words that complete us..words that expand us … words that balance us … for all the small and big writers ..words are a perennial food for soul …lovely interpretation and great choice of “words”

  5. Suzy Suzy August 25, 2013

    Sounds like my story with writing. Loved it.

  6. Kalpana Solsi Kalpana Solsi August 25, 2013

    Her words were her food for soul. lovely.

  7. Aditi Aditi August 25, 2013

    Beautiful….truly reflects your soul and ours too…She wrote…To be…Perfect!!

  8. Vidya Sury Vidya Sury August 24, 2013

    Beautiful! ๐Ÿ™‚ “Her words were now forever food for her soul” I could eat those words.

  9. Richa Singh Richa Singh August 24, 2013

    Write her soul. This is so apt for all of us? We have been writing our thoughts, feelings and what not on our blogs. And if someone flipped through they would see our soul in it. Like this post you have written shows the most beautiful part of your soul, the writing…

    I have a confession, the post looked so profound for only hundred words that I thought its more than 100 words. Corinne 99! I am amazed! who says quantity is needed to depict quality ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Kajal Kajal August 24, 2013

    So true. We write ‘to be’. Lovely expression. Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

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