Read what happens when a woman gets fed up with being on the defensive for what shouldn't be so offensive....she writes a honest, sarcastic essay about it and laces it with bravado.
This is a poem that is primarily about seeing yourself and your truth clearly, not being afraid of your divinity. It deals with staying above your fears and outside of unmerited guilt. This poem is also about seeing the world differently from how other people see it.
Everybody needs confidence, but don't make the mistake of listening to what you think about yourself. Here's how to do better.
Everyone has heard of self-esteem. We basically know what it means. But have you really ever thought about it? What effects it can have on someone's life. Have you experienced very low self-esteem at some point in your life? Are you here because you want to work on improving yours or ...
This poem addresses the sensitive issue of teenage pregnancy. It explores the feelings of both the mother and father of the unborn child. Furthermore it reflects on teens' sexual attitudes and behaviour.
This verse was written after observing the breakdown in the mother - daughter relationship of a friend who suffers clinical depression and finds it hard to express her emotions.
Challenge the mind to thought provoking abilities to succeed. Motivated to change and learn and grow. Stepping out and looking at the edge of change with in my own mind and heart.
A confident child is the child that goes on to conquer the world!
I've met a variety of people throughout the years and through their experiences and mine I write a variety of poems to express the emotions of the most trying times in life.
These narratives or poems cover different stages of my life to tell my story of who I am.
I have often wondered how people can say they love someone as themselves and hate the way their own face look, the way their body is shaped, the color of their skin and the texture of their hair may be. They look at themselves like they are their worse enemy.
This page is about self estimation based on the inner beauty which lies forever
When times are hard only strength can pull us through an inspiring poem on the power of strength.
This is written as a note to self but goes out to all who read.. Remember the important things and let go of the negatives... xoxo shallimar
The strongest will break if they do not bend when the winds of change blow by
When we are a part of the crowd we forget at times that we matter.
How to develop high self-esteem and become more confident
This article is about self improvement. We must have faith and trust about our self and do our work with lot of hope and confidence
At age 26 I was a Creative Head and in all my previous relationships I was the dominant force and more importantly, the one who handled all the finances. Now I am out of a job, in a relationship and a business where the money is not at my disposal. If you're in the same scenario, re...
Is the Press outside? Am I going on television today? So I have a front tooth missing! What are the neighbors going to think? They might think I got drunk and fell over, or went downtown and tried to rehabilitate the homeless who do not want to be rehabilitated.
This is an inspirational poem I have written of my own life's experiences.
Are you ready to change your life? Do you want more Self-confidence? Well, I'm here to tell you that it's possible you can have more Self-confidence, be more radiant, handsome, or beautiful than you ever imagined and have that glow when you walk into a room. You can get more of what y...
This poem reveals how ego comes in the way of our own happiness.
First time I write a poem that has a darkness to it. I didn't know I had so much dark in me. It might be too much for some people but I like this poem because I'm being honest and I'm trying to say that humans are not perfect and that we all have an evil side and a good side, and we...
We are someone's friend, brother, sister, mother, father, lover. We're dancers with day jobs, we're singers who wait tables and we're writers with bills to pay. But our work does not define who we are...