What Words May Come

Writing simple poetry, song lyrics and short stories has become so important to me over the past few years.  When I began my words were therapy for me though at the time I didn’t realize it.  I certainly never considered how impactful these words would become in my life and, from time to time, in other’s lives too.  What thrills me most is the feedback and how many different opinions and interpretations I get from one poem read through the eyes of others.  When I write the words simply flow without me getting too caught up in whatever theme may arise.  It simply starts with a line or sentence then blossoms from there.  I’ve been told it’s a gift, and while somewhere deep within me I believe that to be true, I wonder why it took so long to develop even as it continues to grow.  My grandfather was a writer, so perhaps that is where the answer lies.  Regardless, I hope you find some meaning, some smiles, some tears or something else worthy of your time here within these scripts.

God bless,

Kev

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by Kevin D. Parish

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Author: What Words May Come

Hopeless romantic; joker; father and grandfather; husband; sportsman; part-time writer;

47 thoughts on “What Words May Come”

    1. Tom, I have yet to tap what God has put on me, but I think, and pray, that he continues to give me the bandwidth of writing that works to His glory through whatever He has me do! Sometimes, I read what I’ve written and go, “huh?” Just sayin’
      Thank you for visiting my silly blog!

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  1. You surely receives from God a gift he has given you. You write with wisdom and heart I can feel myself in your words. I love when you say words were therapy. When I write, I feel my heart is released with a burden of a weight of an anchor. But without God’s inspiration nothing good will ever come out. And so, you write beautifully. God is pleased.

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