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    Just to share --

    My daughter's simple poetry touches me, perhaps because I hear her pain in the middle of the night. I see her frailty in the middle of the day. Yet I sense her Hope. Often this brings me hope too.

    Thankful beyond words, I know that Michelle's classical Christian education gave her words. Today words comfort and befriend my daughter.

    She entitles this poem "Dawn."


    A glimpse of mist

    Sun slowly rises

    To kiss o'er the mountains,

    Through the trees.

    The rosy-fingered dawn awaits.

    (c) Michelle Lynn Swope, All Rights Reserved. 2014

    To anyone new to this forum -- you can learn the story of Michelle's (and her twin brother's) classical Christian education despite autism, learning disabilities, language disorder, and severe mental illness, by reading Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child from Memoria Press.