Step Into The Light
By Nancy Watts

I turned a corner today

Springing toward the sun
With every step

That need, which weakened my knees
Crippling my stride

Dissipated with a new freedom

I found I could walk on my own
With no assistance

And it was a good day!

We’ll see about tomorrow…

Nancy Watts is a wife and at-home mother of two children. This poem is from a chapbook entitled "Of My Soul," grieving the loss of a love, from a complete book of poetry entitled Of Ways Of Looking At A Woman. Working under the editorial guidance of Professor Frank Anthony Ph.D., author and founder of New England Writers/Vermont Poets association, Nancy is also finishing her first fiction novel The River Wild.


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