free
hit counter

 

 

 

THE COLORS OF LIFE

Poems
23.5 Psalm
Of The Heart
I am  Thankful       I Thee Wed

Sober Art
Came to a Meeting
Desiderata
Breathe You In
I Asked

Our Value
Affirmations
Boundaries
My Rights
Topical Links
Spiritual Awaken

Relationships
The Victim Trap
10 Demandments
Recovering Voice
Topical Links
Resentments
Colors of Life


Home ] Sponsors Aides ] Sponsorship Topics ] Recovery Retreats ] Big Book Aides ] StepWork ] Spiritual Aides ] Prayers ] For The Slipper ] Tools ] Downloads ] Recovery Voices ] SlowGuns ] 12 Step History ] 12 Step Programs ] All The 12's ] Affirmations ] Poems ] Quizzes ] Sober Giggles ] Help ] Links ] Awards ] Resources ] Donations ] Contact Us ]

Dark purples and deep red, days of anger and fear

You might say something hateful to someone who's dear

A robin eggs' blue, here calm abounds

You know the touch and it's as soft as down

Turbulent grays of the ocean, days of confusion and strife strife

You ask the question- "what do I do with my life?"

The suns' bright yellow, feel the warmth on your face

It lightens the load, and you start the race

A field of green, where life starts anew

You breath it in and it strengthens you

Life's journey is a road, sprinkled with happiness and grief

Don't let the dark colors steal your joys life a thief

Take the road of your life one step at a time

Sometimes it's easy, sometimes steep so you climb

Try to embrace all the colors, days of sadness and glory

When the rainbow comes together, the colors tell your life's story

WRITTEN BY: 

DYANN L EVANS

Submitted 11/30/05

 

This website is not intended to replace a sponsor, but rather to aide you and your sponsor in recovery.  This is just a way to start working the steps, and share in someone else's experience, strength and hope. 

Click on the Email Picture above to email me.

This Website was last updated on:  June 16, 2008

Unofficial AA logo

    Disclaimer: This site is NOT endorsed nor sponsored by Alcoholics Anonymous or any group and is not intended to offer specific advice to persons in recovery or contemplating recovery. This site DOES, however, attempt to follow the 12 Traditions of AA. Contact your local Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup Office for direct info on AA, for info on meetings in your area, and if you'd like to speak with someone regarding alcoholism. This site is produced in the spirit of AA's Twelfth Step - to carry the message. When reading the experience, strength and hope on this site, we remind you that AA's "public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films."