Monthly Archive: April 2013

4 Poems

Divine Abundance   A starlit night Nothing wrong Everything right Loving beyond reason Embracing each season Walking with the Beloved Freedom from fear Million dollar memories The moment a child is born The fragrance of new life The light in a stallion’s eye The tender call of a baby’s cry Memories of people helped Mountains …

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Guns & Roses

Guns And Roses   One of the first lessons a young man is taught is not to be a sissy. “Don’t cry, nobody cares what you feel.” When a man begins a sentence with “I think,” men listen. When a man begins a sentence with “I feel,” men are suspicious and doubt his authority.   …

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We Were A Packard Family

A Packard Family     My father drove a Packard We were a Packard family Our neighbors had mostly Fords and Chevy’s One neighbor had a Buick There wasn’t much you could say about a Buick My dad was out of work a lot Our Packard was green We were very, very poor It would …

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Divine Abundance

Divine Abundance   A starlit night Nothing wrong Everything right Loving beyond reason Embracing the season Walking with the Beloved Freedom from fear Million dollar memories The moment a child is born The fragrance of new life The light in a stallion’s eye The tender call of a baby’s cry Memories of people helped Mountains …

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The Past Is Yours To Write

    Each of us is the author of our past. The meaning it has, the colors it reveals and the lessons it teaches are of our own making. Since you are the artist/author, feel free to rewrite the past as often as you wish. Without realizing it, this is exactly what you have been …

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