For Every Moment

This is a poem I wrote some years ago, but I felt guided to share it with you today. It’s so important for us to surround ourselves with supportive people and to remember we deserve that support. At every moment. When we believe that, it cannot help but show up in many different ways.

For Every Moment

For every crowd of people who think you can’t, there is someone who knows that you absolutely can

For every morning you look in the mirror and see your flaws, there is someone who only sees your beauty

For every night you feel alone, there is someone whose presence means you never have to feel alone again

For every memory that makes you cry, there is someone who shows you the gifts within your past

For every second you ask how, or why, or when, there is someone who reminds you that all will be revealed

For every wish you make to be somewhere else, there is someone whose smile says you are exactly where you need to be

For every time you lose a little hope, there is someone who gladly lets you borrow some of theirs

For every fear that shakes your peace, there is someone whose whispers bring you back to LOVE

And for every moment of clarity and wonder, there is someone who is always ready to share the pure joy of simply being alive.

©Anna Taylor, 2009

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4 thoughts on “For Every Moment

  1. Beautifully expressed Anna. Thank you for sharing. I’m extremely blessed to now have a supportive circle of family and friends. Not to mention having comfort in knowing that the Angels are also there to guide, assist and protect us all always 💖

  2. This is such a beautiful poem, thank you so much for sharing it with us! I got overwhelmed while reading, thank you for this colorful bouquet of emotions! Keep shining!

    Zaria

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