Tag Archives: Love

TO PROMISE WITH LOVE

If your wish to proffer love provokes an urge to make a promise, Remember this– love of any other or of you craves, above all, follow-through, so, if you’d really like to serve, here and now or just around the … Continue reading

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IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE OTHER

If you want to know what another person is about, listen and watch. Observe, observe, observe. Respect, respect, respect. And love. Love always first. And in your quest to know, of this or that acquaintance, stranger, kith or kin, or … Continue reading

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LOVE YOUR HUMAN AND GOD-GIVEN BODY

Love every inch of your human and God-given body, In each way, and in each day it does change and grow. From each silken, silvering hair, even down to that one oddly puffed and side-bent toe, Though you may feel … Continue reading

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DAYTIME IN A WINK (OR BLINK)

Daytime. Quick winter sun climb. Quick night fall. If we’re to seize the day at all, we must embrace, and maybe kiss it– attend to it as a small babe that needs our love. . . for yea, indeed, if … Continue reading

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YOU HAVE, YOU HAVE. . . YOU HAD

What have we here? A original Poetic Musing on the question, and on the journey of we all make through life.
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THE DISSECTION OF IMPERFECTION

Inefficient imperfections. . . Missions impossible: should you chance to choose accept them, perform some clean but yet not mean dissections. . . The tasks cannot be done for, thus to cutcau you cannot just remove the single thing which … Continue reading

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A LEASH LIKE A GOLDEN SASH

Keep yourself upon a leash. . . But, let it feel much like a golden sash, one that grows up myriad woods of giant trees, which filter bright sun darker, denser than does your own grown squinching prism that skims … Continue reading

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