By Brigid Hopkins POETIC JUSTICE

As Tears Flood My Eyes & Echoes Of Fear Hang From My Heart

BY BRIGID HOPKINS

As tears flood my eyes
Dance down my face
Its no surprise why they’re here
The echoes of fear
Hanging from my heart
Pulling back another layer
Goodbye
Shame
Regret
Humility
Abandonment
Places I hide
Squandering my brilliance
My inheritance
To be all of me
Not to be foxholed by mistakes
Blundered
Moments of confusion
Leading to self abuse
Harsh voices
Hiding
Damming
Pushing away
Anything that gets to close
To my illusion
Of being unworthy
Unsavory
Loly
I’m fatigued
From denying
My divinity
My shine
My nobility
That’s right
Nobility
I dry my eyes
Adjust my belt
Dive back in the rhythm of life
Flow in the knowing
Of where I’m going
Not from a voice of confusion
A choice
My choice
To live a life of transcendence
Not obedience

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Brigid Hopkins

Brigid Hopkins is the Founder of The Clarity Path, clarity coaching. As an author and coach, she has been offering healing services through Reiki, meditation, writing, and coaching for the last six years, with over 750+ hours of successfully guiding clients to support their next phase of growth. She draws upon multiple healing modalities including; Eco-Therapy, Shamanic, and Practical Reiki, Chakra Wisdom, guided meditations, and crystal therapy. Recently, Brigid's personal writing culminated in a memoir, Feathers Of A Phoenix, an exploration of her own journey of being raised by a single mother who struggled with substance abuse to draw meaning from her experiences. When not spending time with her husband and family, you can find Brigid pinning away in a coffee shop, exploring the shore of Lake Erie, or taking contemplative photographs of Nature. She connects to the community through writing and public service. Brigid currently serves as a faculty at the Lake Erie Institute.

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