POEM

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Breaking Surface

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In this poem, Mark Nepo reminds us to dance to the beat of our own song.

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won’t you celebrate with me

This poem by Lucille Clifton celebrates resilience and self-realization.

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Song of Myself, 51

This poem about discovery, change, and transformation contains Whitman's arguably most famous lines: “Do I contradict myself? / Very well then I contradict myself, / (I am large, I contain multitudes.)”

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Gemseed

A delicate poem about loving yourself, read by the author.

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Sweet Darkness

This poem by David Whyte celebrates the profound clarity one gains by shedding who or what no longer serves them.

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Just Beyond Yourself

This poem by David Whyte inspires the reader to step outside their comfort zone and forget fear in order to find true self-fulfillment.

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Twice Blessed

This poem by David Whyte reminds us to be grateful for every day and every version of ourselves that is possible.

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Innocence

This poem by Linda Hogan explores the concept of self-growth and recognizes the potential within us all to be more than we are at any given moment.

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Where Is God?

In this poem, Mark Nepo reflects on experiencing wholeness through allowing things to break.

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The Way Under the Way

This poem by Mark Nepo celebrates the abundance of imperfection.

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The Guest House

In this poem, Rumi reminds us to welcome unwanted thoughts and emotions as opportunities to grow.

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