surrounded by hues of lemon, violet, bright
blue. You are the hue I search for
in the dark winter light to cue me
Beverly Botelho wants everyone to embrace the sacred in daily life. In her collection of inspirational poems and other writings, Botelho explores diverse topics that include the depth of human emotion, nature, and Gods strength and love for humanity.
With the intent of lifting the human spirit, Botelhos poems reflect on human frailty, morning strolls, friendship, love, grace, faith, and prayer. Included are parables that open the mind to a new way of looking at the creation of life, the true meaning of Gods presence, the role the heart plays in all decisions, and the importance of finding and understanding a purpose in life.
Angel, Mine shares poems and parables that will inspire spiritual seekers to approach and view the world with new eyes.
Beverly Botelho has published poetry in the New York Times. Now retired from a lengthy career in the mental health field, she resides in a quaint Victorian town in northwest New Jersey where she enjoys walking in nature, writing, assembling collages, and creating recipes.