Tag Archives: Loved Ones

SATURDAY– RECHARGE!

Saturday. Recharge. Watch out today!– For, freed up spirits roam the low and high ways the plains, the valleys, towns and cities, thoroughfares and by ways, brightened up to call the workaday gray world’s bluff and claim for love (and … Continue reading

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DISTRACTION

Distraction. So common now, to mention its strong drain on power seems almost an infraction. A detour from whatever’s your intended fruitful action, which keeps you poor in pocket, spirit, and much more, as you connect with hot spot towers … Continue reading

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FOR THE FEAST

Loved ones from near and far assembl├Ęd. Hands joined. Blessings said. Mouths, teeth and tongues engaged. Swallows follow. Communal satisfaction waged. Souls and bodies nourish├Ęd.

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PEOPLE DIE IN THEIR OWN WAY

People die in their own way– it’s hard to say what gives– especially when you live to see the ones you love shock you and go suddenly, or at the other extremity, you see their mind and body strength painstakingly … Continue reading

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WHEN HALF OF YOU HAS GONE AWAY

What do you do when the better half of you has gone so far away? And it must tend to part of it that, at the end of day, when it just comes down to it, cannot long stay? For, … Continue reading

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DECEMBER DETERMINATION

Do your work and grab your play– don’t fret– the days are near as dark as they will get– take a little break if you need a little rest, see whether you and friends or those you love can find … Continue reading

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TO THOSE WHO LOOK LIKE THEY JUST LOST THEIR BEST FRIEND

There’s times words spoke to glum-faced ones, will tend to note, “You look like you just lost your best friend. . .” But maybe it is sometimes even harder, when they know just where their best friends are, but their … Continue reading

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