For Eternity: For The Homeless Men and Women of West Virginia

I wanted to share a new poem I recently wrote that was featured in a new book, Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph, to help the homeless men and women of West Virginia.

For Eternity, for the homeless men and women of West Virginia.

For eternity

what does it mean

Life’s journey

a beautiful scene

Mounds of sand

oceans of blue

Forests of green

the sky and the moon

From dinosaurs to space

millions of years have passed by

His work full of grace

His heaven, our sky

Eternity’s just begun

no days, no hours, no time

He gave us His first born son

His gift of a lifetime

Time will cease

at home in our kingdom

Feeling at peace

our eternal freedom

Loved everlastingly

surrounded by Heaven’s beauty

God’s family

To serve our Lord, my eternal duty

(Donna M. Kshir)

Editor’s Note: Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph is available in paperback and on Kindle.

  • Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph
  • Paperback: 108 pages
  • Publisher: lulu.com (February 23, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1329917987
  • ISBN-13: 978-1329917989

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Donna M. Kshir is a 15x bestselling author (2008-2016), publisher and columnist featured in over 50 books. She is a writer who seeks truth and justice for children exposed to abuse. She speaks out and writes against these injustices done onto children. Donna’s work has landed her on the Barnes and Nobles, and Amazon’s bestsellers list multiple times.

Donna is an activist. She used her influence in the growth of gaining national support (serving as president) for Michigan nonprofit Dreamcatchers for Abused Children from April 1, 2008 – February 13, 2015. On January 1, 2009, Donna created, produced and hosted Dreamcatchers Talk Radio; Michigan’s largest 24 hour child abuse internet radio educational network until she resigned in 2015 to become the face of Your Voice Radio’s popular show, Two Nana’s at Noon. She also used her influence in the growth of gaining national support for Conner’s Law, making child abuse by murder a violent crime in Kentucky. She united with Erin’s Law in 2013 and in June 2016 she and her best friend and sister advocate Lee Roberts co-founded Advocates United for Humanity. Donna is a member of the Nonfiction Authors Association, received the NNPAAW Award in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, and a 2016 and 2018, 2019 nominee of the Pinnacle Awards and the 2019 Diamond Quill Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.

​Donna writes under several pen names and advocates for those in need. She has spent much of her life dedicated to giving back to her community. Donna has volunteered her time and talents with various non-profit organizations over her lifetime, animal rights, volunteered at her children’s schools, in youth groups and gives of herself as she is able with God guiding her journey, as her health allows. She enjoys a quiet laid back lifestyle with her family!!

For more information, visit Donna’s official website at: www.donnakshir.weebly.com