Author Archives: createthedawn

About createthedawn

Dawn’s calling is for her poetry to “light the gloomy corners of the world.” She facilitates writing workshops both online and face-to-face and is a dynamic speaker on inspiration, innovation, change, and healing. Dawn believes in the power of poetry to process, to focus, to align, and to find our way to happiness and fulfillment. Thus, her business and her blog are called: create the dawn.

Be Love

A swirling of words in my head came together in this poem.  The “Be love” mantra helped not sweat the unimportant stuff today. After all, love really is all that matters. The mandala to go with the poem is love … Continue reading

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“You Deserve”

Notice how often you read and hear “you deserve.” So much so, it has become an advertising necessity to declare we deserve what someone is selling. Maybe our epidemic of depression is because we have come to believe we deserve … Continue reading

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Many Meanings of Darkness

This poem was inspired by my friend and fellow writer/presenter/bloger/adventurer Jalene Case. Feel free to comment on this post any other meanings of darkness. Breathe in this poem my dears. -Dawn Many meanings of darkness Renewal of sleep where you … Continue reading

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Flow of Love

This poem was inspired as an answer to a Facebook post of someone saying that love was stuck inside them building up. Love needs to flow and the only barrier to that flow, is within ourselves. Notice how the mandala … Continue reading

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Year of Softness

Here is 2018’s New Year’s poem. At a time of so much creating separation, aggressive culture, and entitlement, what we need is softness.  Breathe in this poem. Year of softness New Year 2018 Year of softness, softness of heart and … Continue reading

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When I die, I want to go to Norway

When I die, I want to go to Norway When I die, I want to go to Norway Heaven can’t be blonder than an earthen roofed, square-log house overlooking a fjord. I’ll listen to sheep bells and hike from glacier … Continue reading

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Christmas Hygge

Here is my annual Christmas poem. This year it was inspired by our trip to Norway and Sweden. Hygge is translated “cozy” and describes the healthy, happy Scandinavian way of life. Pictured is a Swedish Christmas scene and wooden figurines. … Continue reading

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