Category Archives: Poetry

Electrical Devices

Cell phones, TV, computers microwave signals, satellites, lights, polluted air and water, soaring temperatures, heavy rains, drought, disease, and crime. We are bombarded constantly with energy devices and pollution; it is a miracle that we can still love, laugh, and … Continue reading

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Attention, Please

Children, give me your attention. The more I speak, the more they yell. For sure, teachers go to heaven! Children, give me your attention. Book throwing, name calling, Darlings. Next world leaders–Whew! Scary thought! Children, give me your attention. The … Continue reading

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Lost Patience

I thought I had lots of patience. Children mirror our weaknesses. Every day I vow I will be calm. I thought I had lots of patience. How do they provoke with such ease? I have no secrets from these kids! … Continue reading

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Part of All

There is me; I am the universe. Home, family, town, country, I am part of all. +++++ Earth circles sun with other planets large and small. My body and spirit are part of all. +++++ Our sun, one of countless … Continue reading

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Your Vessel

May I be the sun that awakens the world. Pour Your Light through this willing vessel that all may know Your Love.

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Garbage In, Garbage Out

When we allow Darkness to enter our minds, its shadow footprints stay. Instead, fill your mind only with that which elevates the soul.

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Beware, the Deceiver

The Deceiver depends on our willingness to be deceived. We have the ability to say, “no more sleight of hand.” The Deceiver has power only in the hidden, the lie, half-truth, concealed, or indifference. Call forth the Light to shine … Continue reading

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