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  • Belonging,  learning,  Poetry,  romance,  Sacrifice,  sorrow,  world

    Where Do I Belong

    Where do I belong in this world so grand?

    I feel like I am drowning in a sea of quick sand,

    I do not think like you do so that makes me wrong,

    Is it a must to agree and just follow along?

    Can I not be myself and my mind freely speak?

    Why does my opinion to you always seem weak?

    Is it me who is struggling outside looking in?

    Or are you the intruder waiting for me to begin?

    The road has become rocky and my boots I have left behind,

    I feel the need to express what is constantly on my mind,

    I feel an abyss growing between our two hearts,

    Because of the forbidden undesired parts,

    You want me, but only as you see fit,

    Until I can comply, on the sidelines I should sit.

    Well I am telling you I am tired, I do not wish to change,

    I want to be me, to be another feels impossibly strange.

    Do I belong here or maybe I should go?

    Do you want me as I am, if not please just let me know?

    I am who you see, and nothing else will I be,

    This is all that you get, this that you see.

    So you decide now, and here I will wait,

    Be forewarned though, decide before it is too late.

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  • Poetry,  rejection,  romance,  Sacrifice,  sorrow

    Release Me

    Good morning my friends. Today I woke up with the urge to let the words flow as they would. Following is what was waking me up this morning, trying to escape my brain. I hope you enjoy this bit of poetry. Have a wonderful day and a marvelous weekend all. Remember to inspire to be inspired.

    If I were to die tomorrow, would anybody care?

    If they were to have a funeral, would anyone be there?

    If I pleaded for mercy, would you hear my feeble cries?

    Would you comfort me and hold me, or simply tell me lies?

    Would you show me the sunset and treasures that shine within?

    Or would you only show me sorrow, and demonstrate my sin?

    My sin alone is loving you, and letting you take hold,

    Of a heart that is fragile, that for other pleasures you have sold.

    I tread the waters slowly, hoping the crest will never break.

    I implore you to see me, and that pity on me you will take.

    That you will free me from this binding and mercy on me show.

    That my fate you will release and my spirit shall be let go.

    I am sending inspirational thoughts to everyone today and hoping that you will have the best weekend possible. Grab a hold of your dreams and make them reality my friends.

  • Achieving,  books,  ebook,  fantasy,  fiction,  MyBook,  publishing,  reading,  Review,  romance,  Uncategorized

    Editorial Review

    “The Prairies Book Review”

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    A strong female lead; a fantasy world; and a gripping storyline…A promising debut!
    Lizette has spent the past few years dedicated to her legal career which suddenly seems to come at a standstill and a man who has been betraying her from the start. Trying to escape the sudden turmoil in her life, she decides to leave the country and take a break. Prince Feliciano is trapped in a cruel game of destiny which has him separated from his loved ones for more than a century. To return home, he must find his soulmate first: a woman who is pure of heart and has a link to his old world, who will be willing to return home with him leaving her own life behind. When finally, they meet, it is love at first sight. But will love be enough for Lizette to abandon her family, her friends, and her life? Will she follow her heart? La Flor Manor, the first book in series is definitely a brilliant start by Mary Jaimes-Serrano. Serrano’s world is rich in culture and history. Serrano’s vivid description transport you to the La Flor Manor so that you’re standing with Lizette throughout her adventure there. The sprawling eighteenth-century palace is brought alive by detailed imagery of fineries and open gardens. Lizette is a normal young woman, someone easy to relate to. Prince Feliciano’s perceptions of Lizette make you aware how he sees the young woman, and at the same time, the reader gets to know him better in the process. A gentleman at heart, he has this boyish charm. The author has done a brilliant job when it comes to characterization. The characters, all of them, are easy to connect with. Serrano flawlessly blends heartbreaking drama with the daily chit-chat of characters’ lives. The vivid descriptions of open landscapes make the settings come alive. The pace is even and story flows smoothly until the end. La Flor Manor is a promising first instalment to the upcoming series. The book, with its strong characters, intriguing storyline, and stunning setting will leave you want more at the end.