What Are Readers Saying?
Featured Poetry Performance
'Unworthy, Yet Worth It' is a spoken word poem that tells the story of one finding their true worth through Another. In a society where many battle with insecurities, low self-esteem and self-worth, this poem brings fresh hope through the sweet gospel.
The world may scream at you constantly that you are unworthy and insignificant, yet there is another voice. A still small voice in the storm. Always ready to reassure you just how worthy you've always been.
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"It was a delight to work with Faith on Creative Eden's first ever podcast. She was the host of the first episode and conducted the interview with the music artist in such a way that brought forth interesting stories from the man. Her intuition and listening skills made her an excellent host for the interview, which was recorded live on camera. I would highly recommend Faith for her profound passion for media production."
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Now Is The Time
All your life, you’ve been in this cocoon
Shielded from the world and its hurts.
Protected from the depths of yourself,
Safe within your own arms.
All your life, you’ve been in this shell
Created not to hinder, but to grow.
Does it hold?
It’s been too long my dear
Now is your time to break forth.
Don’t be afraid of your wings,
They’re given to you to fly.
Don’t be afraid of your scales,
They’re yours to stand out.
Now is the time
So come forth.
- Faith Olajuyigbe, Words of Faith
"I wrote this poem for those who've been afraid of standing out. Afraid of stepping into their power and gaining confidence in their individuality. I wanted to inspire. To encourage the reader to relinquish all fears of "what others will think" and begin boldly cultivating the beautiful person that has been hidden so long beneath the surface."
- Faith Olajuyigbe on 'Now Is The Time'
'Now Is The Time' is the second poem in Words of Faith. Drawing on the natural transformation of caterpillar to butterfly, the simple words depict the shedding of the shell, revealing the potential that always was.