The Fabric of Me

The fabric of me

is nothing you can see with the naked eye.

The fabric of me

was woven before I could see with my own eye.

The fabric of me

is what I want you to see without your eye.

I want you to know, feel and sense

the presence, power, love and beauty

of the Holy Spirit living inside me.

When you meet me or read my words,

I pray God’s love will shine through me

and touch you so you can feel and see

the beauty and love God made inside me.

It’s not what you can see–

it’s the beauty of what lies within me

that makes the fabric of me.

The fabric of me

is God.

~written by Susan Walz


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      1. I peeked at your blog and want to read all of it. It looks wonderful and your children are beautiful. I hope to have more time to read again soon now that I am finally finished writing my memoir–just have to work and pray I can find an agent now. Be blessed… I can tell you are.

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      2. Thank you do much for your kind words!! I know you are busy right now with all the workings of writing, publishing, and finding an agent. Wish you a smooth ride through it all and that God brings the perfect agent to you!! Take care and glad to be acquainted with you!

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  1. I really like this poem. My boyfriend basically tells me in a round about way that I’m woven from a different kind of fabric than everyone else. There’s a lot of things within my personality that sets me apart from everyone else. It’s my biggest strength but sometimes my biggest weakness. It can my best dream but also my worst nightmare. Thank you so much for creating and sharing this poem!

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    1. You are very welcome. I am happy you liked it. Being different can be a beautful thing. We need to celebrate everyone’s differences. Life sure would be boirng and bland if we were all alke. Thanks again. I appreciate and celebrate you . Much love and hugs, Sue

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