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Peace & Grace My Lovely and Beautiful Shugas….

I’m incredibly thankful, “just because” When one expressing this particular sentiment, “I’m thankful or I’m grateful”. You can fill in so many blanks you would begin to flip your paper over, and to the next sheet, and to the next sheet and so on and so forth.  But there’s soooooooooooooo much we must be thankful for and not attempt to count them, but to simply acknowledge them.   No matter how we act, what we do the Most High and Loving God continues to give us two blessings when we awake, “two eyes”. Then blows some sweet breath in this shell of body we have and the list begins to matriculate from there.

But on yesterday evening I was on my way home.  Because I live in the south, it is not uncommon to travel long roads filled with fields of all sorts.  I believe these fields were corns, forgive my memory, but I notice this incredibly tall sprinkler spreading long streams of fertilizer that  I know the distance covered each corn stalk.  I got to thinking what if each of us were a cornstalk, metaphorically speaking and no matter how far away our positon may be in visual sight each stalk got a portion of the mist that was vital to its growth.  Some may perhaps been saturated while some got a few drops, but regardless none were eliminated.  I thought perhaps some stalks are stronger than others and don’t require the same amount.  With this same concept being applied, we are sprinkled with the Divine dew drops from our maker every day.  We all receive different sizes, styles and types of blessings according to what, when and how we need it.  So my lovely Shugas, give thanks for the Divine dew that mist upon you with your blessed self.

Love & surely nothing but blessings to you, you, you and you. Monique “1MOpoeticSOUL” D.goo

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About SoulStirrin MOmentum - Monique"1MOpoeticSOUL" D.

Monique (1MOpoeticSoul ) D., a South Carolina, poetess, spoken word artist, women's advocate, empowerment mentor, modern day missionary and outreach orator. 1MOpoeticSoul joined the Arthenia Bates Millican Foundation family in 2010 and aided in Event Coordinating the Annual Millican Festival for 2011. As of mid-winter/spring of 2011 Monique begin the non-profit organization The M.O.S.E.S. Project Movement for strengthening and aiding our women in uplifting tools and missions of encouragement and expressions. Her poetry is featured in The Chemistry of Color anthology as a project completed with the Cave Canem South poets and also in another upcoming anthology entitled Home is Where featuring African American Poets in South and North Carolina both edited by Kwame Dawes. She has completed a freshman Spoken Word CD, Pursuit of Passion and two chapbooks, Soul’s Seed: Womb of the Word and Musings of a Vintage Soul and currently working on several projects and collaborations with fellow artist(s) and activists. A collection of poetry entitled Eve of Identity is due to be released soon.

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