Friendship – Amistad Archive

  • A poem about trying to figure out my feelings, conflicted by the past and an uncertain future. It's never easy, no To feel so confused To really never know Just what the hell it is That I keep feeling for you...

    Will the sun shine tomorrow?

    A poem about trying to figure out my feelings, conflicted by the past and an uncertain future. It's never easy, no To feel so confused To really never know Just what the hell it is That I keep feeling for you...

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  • This poem is about my life-transforming week-long kayaking trip in the North Channel with some Calvin College students for Wilderness Orientation. I wrote it while atop a cliff where we went rock climbing.

    Unfearing

    This poem is about my life-transforming week-long kayaking trip in the North Channel with some Calvin College students for Wilderness Orientation. I wrote it while atop a cliff where we went rock climbing.

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  • Although we sometimes get lost in our problems, we must not forget what we all are truly after: peace. Written for a friend while visiting her at Hope Network (a rehab hospital).

    Of All Those Things

    Although we sometimes get lost in our problems, we must not forget what we all are truly after: peace. Written for a friend while visiting her at Hope Network (a rehab hospital).

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  • Hoping that someone especial can start healing and feeling better. Written by the Grand River after visiting a friend Mary Free Bed (a rehab hospital).

    To Smell Happiness Once More

    Hoping that someone especial can start healing and feeling better. Written by the Grand River after visiting a friend Mary Free Bed (a rehab hospital).

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  • Wishing happiness and well being to a loved one. I wrote this poem shortly after I learned about her car accident.

    All I Need

    Wishing happiness and well being to a loved one. I wrote this poem shortly after I learned about her car accident.

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