Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Where Is My Beloved?

He sits next to me; I see only a subway stranger, passes me on the street I know Him not, sits humped over on the sidewalk, just one more ragged, broken soul. I search for Him everywhere never knowing my … Continue reading

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Love Remains

When time tears down material gain is lost true love remains When age claims beauty bends backs once tall true love remains When mountains crumble and stars fall Your love, always true remains for all eternity

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Terrible Threes

I think I’ve slipped back to terrible threes: ornery, demanding crying at every little thing. If I continue to regress, soon I will have no teeth little hair wear diapers night and day. Sigh…no I did not find the Fountain … Continue reading

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In My Soul

I have become a seeker no longer looking in books stars or gurus rather, I search only within finding the answers in my soul.

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Climbing More Mountains

I climbed the mountain only to see there were many more mountains to climb. I dare not linger for my long walk has not ended. The glory comes from rising when I fall, certain the journey is more important than … Continue reading

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Reflections #12

I returned to my grandmother’s house to find it unchanged by time. It held the mirror for me to see the ways I have been altered by life’s experiences and by choices I have made reflecting who I have become … Continue reading

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What Is Peace?

Peace is not an objective nor a destination rather, peace is path a way of being one moment at a time

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