Tag Archives: Shackles

THANKSGIVING GAME DAY

Now to be free of oh so many former chains– a gift from highest heaven to me. . . but still, I writhe a bit to be in chains’ remains, their sturdy, die-hard, hold-out shackles, While folks TV-sit, glued to … Continue reading

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“ALLOW ME”

“Allow me…”: Something someone says to you, in kindness, and in offer of a service of real value… simple, free. .. So, when you plead it to you yourself, think well about your heart’s true needs– not just relieve of … Continue reading

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ABOUT YOUR TRAVELS

If you wail because you long to be about your travels, reach in your pocket grab that key slip and twist it in the lock. . . and it will loose you from your shackles. . . so that you … Continue reading

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IN-GENIE-OUS

Often when I stop and think, I see my wish is my command, if only I do stop and think, hear, and then obey– no need for sparkling sceptred sway of magic wand nor mercy from a power that is … Continue reading

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