Phoenix Poster - And Still I Rise

By Deborah (Whittle) Trueheart


"The Phoenix" original watercolor painting by Debbie Whittle, with the text at the bottom "And Still I Rise"

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"The Phoenix" original poem printed on original watercolor painting by Deborah (Whittle) Trueheart.

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.....Aligning with natural rhythms realize
Like the phoenix we will always rise

Over and over, it will always be
The flame of truth sets us free
Just as we accept our terrible demise
Unquenchable human spirit cannot help but rise

The cycle of life cannot be denied
Despite the false notions, coded inside
In the midst of the ashes, hear these cries
I am the phoenix of old, and I continue to rise
I am the phoenix and still, I Rise!

 

 
 

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