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NOTES OF SILENCE Notes of silence In the early morning Lots to say, none to write Love abides before my eyes Yet, the lonely heart Sees otherwise Lovely the loneliness What an oxymoron Blending with hues, Of red turning to yellow Lonely now More than before Blending with hues, Of red turning to blue Waking... Continue Reading →
This poem is a tribute to my friend Paula's daughter Amy, who just crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. A beautiful young lady whom I had the honor to meet a couple of months back. This is for you Amy! Tribute To An Angel Legends of Fall ... Continue Reading →
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The inspiration of the day came from a colleague battling with cancer and yet with a great attitude about the little pleasures in life and what is a priority! I dedicate this poem to her called Living, which I wrote back in October 2011 when a dear friend in Seattle passed away very fast from... Continue Reading →
Thanks to Susan Kerby for inspiring our MM group today with this poem version from Mother Teresa: The only way to be happy and successful; Do it Anyway People are often unreasonable, irrational and self-centered; Forgive them anyway. If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives; Be kind anyway. If you... Continue Reading →
As this part of my journey circles, coming to a natural completion, I find myself reflecting on the lessons, desires and accomplishments of the past couple of years. In The Journey, David Whyte captures some of the symbology I have been working with the last few days; Above the mountains the geese turn into the... Continue Reading →
The waves crushing remind me of you in the little time I spent being washed over by the presence of you.