Mortal Existence

Published September 12, 2014 by silentlyheardonce
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the relevance of my existence won’t be relevant
until I cease to exist
like a shadow in the in the night I’m unseen
unless a shimmer of light shines on me
when I look in the reflecting glass
my positive image is my negative reflection
the other me
traveling a meditating vehicle
on a journey of enlightenment
navigating through an abyss
a dimension of illumination
introduced to crystallized truth
a whisper in the wind
the unknown becomes known
the unseen seen
emptiness filled with vast nothingness
louder than my silence

© Kimberly Wilhelmina Floria 8/9/07

Another old poem.  I am working on editing my novel so I won’t be around much just enough so I won’t be forgotten.  Have a great weekend.

Vastly Minute

Published September 10, 2014 by silentlyheardonce
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infinite sphere of energy
attracting, creating
micro specks of sand
macro planets
ruling the universe

waking sleeping souls
good and evil
lighting the dark
melting the cold
revealing mysteries

magnetic love
attracting serenity
repelling wickedness
heaven rising
Babylon falling

children of Atlantis
strong and wise
souls living forever

I am a thought that became
I am the reality that was
I am the hope, the dream
I am that I am
silent and still
in all that is

©Kimberly Wilhelmina Floria 9/10/10

Acknowledging My Blogging Friends

Published September 9, 2014 by silentlyheardonce

Thank you WP
As some of you may already know I don’t re-blog often. There are times I do share things that I’m feeling but those times are very rare. I don’t accept awards anymore because of the time they demand. I have a lot on my to do list that needs attention.
However both of these practices are ways of letting those, whom we follow, read and enjoy, know how valuable they are to us. I’m starting this weekly post. I guess it will be on Tuesdays since it’s that’s what today is. To share what I would re-blog if I re-blogged.

My feature blog this week is The Bardo News   They got some going on’s over there that you might be interested in.  Fighting peacefully for change to protect and save our planet. It too much to explain so be sure to go check them out. It will be an amazing event around the world.



This week I’m acknowledging some of my published friends



Emily Emily Guido is Author of “The Light-Bearer Series” Her books suck you in and keep you going. They’re about Immortals that are loving and caring. I am patiently waiting for her fourth novel to be released.

You can find her books on Amazon at the following links
Charmeine: Light-Bearer Series (Volume 1)
Mactus (Light-Bearer Series Book 2)
Accendo (Light-Bearer Series Book 3)



Seyisandradavid Also has four novels published I purchased the two that are available on the kindle. I haven’t begun to read them because I’m writing most of the time. But I know they are good because I know how talented she is. I enjoy reading the short stories she shares on WP. Her work holds will kidnap your attention .

The Impossible President is the first book she published.  You will have to check with Sandra on how to purchase it.

Cydonia: Rise of the fallen
The Feet Of Darkness
Tales of  Five lies



LScotThoughts Is a sweet lady married with two children and her beloved dog Copper. She’s an exceptional poet and a collection of her work is published in her book New Day, New Dreams.  She is also a fabulous photographer.

I read Lauren’s poems when I need inspiration. I’ve never read any poetry book from front to back. I skim through them and always find something new to read.

Find Lauren’s book are available at any of the following venues.
 Paperback & E-Book
Barnes and Noble



Catch a Falling Star  Michael is a recently retired teacher who really loved teaching. You can tell by the way he reminisces. He collects toys and shares them on his blog. He’s an amazing artist that will have you awe. He also has a book published Catch a Falling Star  By Michael Beyer I haven’t read it either but I know it’s good. His stories that accompany his art work are  entertaining. He’s also has a new book, Snow Babies soon to be released.



So go check out my friends.

Precious Flowers

Published September 9, 2014 by silentlyheardonce
A rainbow of tulips

A rainbow of tulips

Once the land is plowed,
and void of rocks and weed.
seeds of attraction will be planted,
in the soil of lust.
Roots of emotions become the foundation of a flower called


The incubating SUN is the strength of its growth
Raindrops are nourishing tears of its birthing sorrow.
As the days grow longer and the nights warmer HOPE cultivates
Winter turns to spring; the birds start to sing,
LOVE is born, it grows to become a compliment to HOPE

Manure the fertilizing crap providing color.
Buzzing bees roaming free stealing nectar.
Gentle breezes fill the air with the sweet fragrance of

spring becomes summer.

Their existence is taking for granted
Ignored, neglected and trampled.
sold at market like a cheap whore.
not properly cared for the flowers die
in the shadows of the fall.

Buried in the darkness of winter,
thoughtless, self-indulgence,
need a pill, to cure the mental ill.
And resurrect the precious flowers,


©Kimberly Wilhelmina Floria 03/22/08

Yes an old one this morning.  I was busy on other projects and I must go vote in the NY primary this morning.

Thank you and you and you!!!!

Published September 9, 2014 by silentlyheardonce

Originally posted on Us Verses Lupus:

thank you lw

With still sixteen days to go you wonderful people have brought me up to $150.00.  I am truly amazed and grateful for your support. If I reach the $200 mark before the 25th I’ll do the ASL challenge earlier because it’s getting cold out there.  Those who said they don’t want me to do it don’t worry I will be fine.  I’ll run right into a hot shower after.

I want to give a personal shout out to my contributors

The first anonymous donor of $25 was me  so I don’t count.

The second anonymous donor is truly anonymous gave $10 to help me hit the pledged $150.00

Rosy one of my fellow Word Press bloggers who is really sweeter than sugar gave $25

Georgina Adams fellow writer from Writers Cafe and all around caring person gave $15

Lauren Scott another Word Press blogger that is also too sweet to…

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Share Your World

Published September 8, 2014 by silentlyheardonce

Cee Cee Share your world

Share Your World – 2014 Week 36

This week I found a bit a time to take part in Cee Cee’s share your world.  Cee Cee asks four questions and we answer.  So without delay here’s a little bit about me.  If you are interested please click here to learn more.


Do you prefer reading coffee table books (picture), biographies, fiction, non-fiction, educational?

I enjoy reading all books. If the story grabs me and hold my interest it doesn’t matter what the genre it’s in. Of late I haven’t been reading too many books. I spend most of my time writing and reading blogs.

What is your biggest fear or phobia? (no photos please)

Heights! I don’t fly and every time I consider taking a trip by plane one falls out the sky. I’ve been to the top of the Empire State Building and other skyscrapers but won’t look over the ledge. I hate roller coasters and the Ferris wheels and I’ve been on both. It seems the older I become the more I fear heights.

What is your favorite cheese?

Again I love cheese all cheese. It’s hard to pick just one. I like Swiss or provolone on my sandwiches. I like parmesan on baked chicken breast. I like extra sharp cheddar in my mac and cheese. Mozzarella, Munster, Asiago, goat, ricotta . . . oh my delicious! I can tell you a cheese I don’t like, blue cheese . . . oh . . . no . . . wait blue cheese is good with Buffalo wings but not on salad. I love cheese and there are too many to pick just one.

What is your favorite month of the year?

October! The air is crisp, the leaves on the trees are turning orange, yellow and brown. The kids are in school so public transportation is peaceful during the day. I can cook and eat comfort foods like stews, mashed potatoes and liver and pots of beans and rice. The days are getting shorter and it won’t be long before day light savings time comes. The new fall TV shows are on and I can curl up in bed and be entertained. October is the introduction to winter. Winter is the season I love.

Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I am grateful for the same thing every day, week, month and year . . . my life. Despite the difficulties, disappointments and sadness I’ve faced. I am still grateful every day I open my eyes and for the joy I always feel inside even when there is turmoil in my life because I know in time it will pass. So that tells you I look forward for everyday to be inspired.


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