Meet poet Sylvester L. Anderson #NationalPoetryMonth @SylvesterPoetry

Thank you to my good friend Helle ~https://hellegade.wordpress.com for featuring me during natural poetry month. Check out her blog for a really great combination of art and poetry. Direct all likes to her ♥

Helle Gade

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I am happy to introduce Sylvester L. Anderson.

I have been following him for quite a while and I really enjoy his poetry, I’m sure you will too.

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The Nest

 syl

At times we are like baby birds in a nest

Crying out and waiting to be fed

We know that day will come soon

When we must sum up the courage and take flight

Yes we feel all too secure in the confines of our nest

Afraid to seek out and discover the gift of life

Yet the time will come one day baby bird

And your wings will be fully capable of carrying you

On that day let go of your fear

Take flight and spread your wings

Soar through the spacious skies and glide with the gentle winds

Trust in a loving God

And discover his gift of life

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Sylvester L. Anderson – bio

 

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6 thoughts on “Meet poet Sylvester L. Anderson #NationalPoetryMonth @SylvesterPoetry

  1. Syl, I am so proud of you brother and in the original post I got to see your smiling face! Yippee! Huge hugs, smiles, blessings, love and tea. Do you have your plane ticket yet? Matthew and I can’t wait to meet you!

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    1. Thank you sister! One of my rare public appearances 🙂 Huge hugs, smiles, blessings, love and tea. I don’t know exactly when, but I do believe we will get together for a family hug!

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