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Tasha's Eyes

written by: Natalia Aeschliman



Early morning
I look in the mirror
Dark circles under my once young eyes
Tired skin
Yet such a beautiful sight
Sun kissed by the afternoon light
"There's still life inside"
I whisper to myself
As if I was a mischievous child
Fountain of youth
I sip my morning coffee
step outside
Looking at the glorious gift
Of nature herself
I begin to think of her struggles
Her defeats, her glories
Who's as old as time
And a minute older
Yet she stands strong
She blooms in her perfection
With gray skies
she pours her tears
Back into earth
Turning them into beautiful gardens
I am her
I am nature
Yearning, seeking
Filling my soul with endless dreams
I rise above my own doubt
And at that moment
That particular moment
I am beautiful
I lift my arms
And feel the love
Of the trees
Of the stream
Of the earth below me
I am who I need to be
The anonymous goddess
I am me.



This poem was inspired by a very good friend of mine with a soul filled with wanderlust, hope and strength. This one is for you, my dear Tasha.

Natalia Aeschliman

Natalia Aeschliman

MAY 2016 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
My name is Natalia, I was born in Puerto Rico. I live a very simple life with my husband and 2 beautiful kids.
I keep my heart humble, and my words beautifully vulnerable.
I write because it is in my soul.
I write because I don't know how to live without it.
There's something beautiful that only poetry can create in your soul.
Natalia Aeschliman

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