Tag Archives: growth

As eyesight fades

As eyesight fades As eyesight fades insight heightens. We can see more clearly the things worth seeing. Does not your wife’s beauty at 60 far outshine her beauty at 20? You see her, not through your eyes, but through love, … Continue reading

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“Get back on the mat”

I have several soul cards that I made years ago by choosing magazine images and words that spoke to me and arranging them on a card using my intuition. These cards continue have meaning for me and help me focus … Continue reading

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Possibility

Poem #26 – Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Possibility Be Possibility Eat juicy star fruit embracing the five pointed star that values wisdom and truth Through growth and learning seek your higher self until ready to merge … Continue reading

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Discover a new land or place

Poem #20 – Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Discover a new land or place Whether the new place is inside you or across the big pond, you will grow another dimension of yourself. Each new facet adds … Continue reading

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The perfect child

The perfect child – first nephew The moment you were born all my yearnings for a child were met. You came into this life a kind, wise soul, hard-working and talented, and a true dear man. I have watched you … Continue reading

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Thinking about Larry

My uncle Larry died yesterday. I got the news tonight and wrote this poem inspired by his quiet kind of love.  His wife, my aunt Carol, who is referenced in the poem died less than four years ago.  She is … Continue reading

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Firsts

Firsts Baby’s first step and baby’s first word. Firsts are growth. First day of school First fist fight Sweet 16’s first kiss. Firsts make us wiser. First car First house First husband. Firsts are milestones, profound change, responsibility. Firsts don’t … Continue reading

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