Hello my name is Rosalind and I first started writing poetry in April of 2011. I am a born again Christian and have a wonderful relationship
with father God I would have never imagined for one second that God had given me a gift for writing poems. It is a great opportunity to be
sharing the word of god with you, I have been praying that the lord would provide funds for my poetry to be published.
I first grew up with a mother had mental health problems and wasn't able to give me the love required to grow and develop into a stable young
adult. My mum came from an very abusive background and most of her life she would show a pattern of inconsistency and this affected me badly
most of my childhood days were very lonely and i had no friends and was bullied for most of my childhood days as a result my school work suffered
and i was at the bottom class at school. When I was sixteen I became unwell and had a nervous breakdown I was in hospital for months and
event I made a recovery some of my poetry speaks about these terrible moments in my life I went on to marry an abusive man and had 5 children
by him and later had another broken relationship, evidently met a wonderful loving christian man we have been together for six years and just got
married on the 16th Dec we happy together God can take the weak and to wonderful things i carried a lot of shame for most of my life.
I found it difficult to make eye to eye contact because of it, but now God has taken my shame and brokenness and turned it round I do believe if I hadn't
suffered all this pain both as a child and adult I would have definitely not been writing poetry today I do hope that my poems will change lives and turn them around.
I have 4 sons and 3 daughters and 3 grandchildren and one on the way. I live in Scotland in the UK I am 55 nearly 56 I am so thrilled to be doing
this work for the lord it is a pleasure.
From an Old French personal name of Germanic (Frankish) origin, from rhos ‘horse’ + lind ‘weak, tender, soft’. It was adopted by the Normans and introduced by them to Britain. In the Middle Ages it was reanalyzed by folk etymology as if from Latin Rosa Linda ‘lovely rose’. Its popularity as a given name owes much to its use by Edmund Spenser for the character of a shepherdess in his pasto
ral poetry, and by Shakespeare as the name of the heroine in As You Like It (1599).
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English: topographic name for someone who lived on a heath (Middle English hethe, Old English hǣð) or a habitation name from any of the numerous places, for example in Bedfordshire, Derbyshire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, and West Yorkshire, named with this word. The same word also denoted heather, the characteristic plant of heathland areas. This surname has also been established in Dubl