Tag Archives: Inspiration

Topsy-Turvy World

Shall we hold feet, not hands cry when we’re happy laugh when we’re sad have a funeral when a baby’s born a party when he dies Our world is getting more topsy-tury truth turned upside down illusions birthing illusions until … Continue reading

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Fairy Tales or Lies?

Fibs, lies, fairy tales half-truths, planned deception politics, media, marketing “Friends, neighbors, country men lend me your ear” and I will tell you another whopper! “But, Mommy, he has no clothes on!” One little child who told the truth how … Continue reading

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The Nearness of You

My thoughts bring You near No, You did not disappear for I feel You smell, taste, hear You tell me that You love me when my thoughts bring You near. You are by my side ever ready to be my … Continue reading

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Cotton Ball

Cotton ball, fluffy, light, airy a plant with a history of wealth and woe a puff of cotton can not be blamed for it’s how it is used that names the game

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Holidays

Days of repentance designated times for gratitude special days for lovers, mothers parades, picnics, bands and banners. The calendar is filled with special days commemorating all. Instead I recommend designating each day a special day in which we are grateful … Continue reading

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How Much to Give a Beggar

How much should we give a beggar? As much as it takes to learn compassion. Our need is greater than his. How much should we give a beggar? Thank him for the opportunity to learn. Give more than you want … Continue reading

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The Poet

These poems are not about you nor are they about me rather, they speak for all humanity for have we not all experienced their tales of woe, struggle triumph, joy moments of selfishness generosity hate, greed remorse, fear nobility and … Continue reading

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