Tag Archives: love

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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Forever

Poem #24 – Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Forever Like the buffalo said this is forever A partnership A melding Two different metals into one alloy creating a new metal strong and light and that does not … Continue reading

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Strong

Poem #18 – Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Strong What is strength? Is it how much you can bench press? Is it how much pain you can endure? Is it never getting sick? Is it how long … Continue reading

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Flirty birds

Poem #15 – Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Flirty birds Spring birds are flirty birds whistling and posturing, showing of their plumage and nest building skill. They put on their lipstick, aftershave, and skinny jeans with bedazzled … Continue reading

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Team

Poem #13 – Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Team Synchronized living. A couple coupled. Still individuals yet feathered together, growing into each other like the trunks of two trees planted side by side. A team. Mutually supporting. … Continue reading

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Bloom and grow

Poem #11 – Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Bloom and grow Bloom and grow, bloom and grow, we’ll be happy together In this spot you landed from somewhere else supplanted now your roots entwine with mine and … Continue reading

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Heritage

Poem #3 –  Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Heritage What do we pass on? Our values Work ethic Protruding big toes Kitchen skills The “old” ways A Heritage of handcraft Grandma Dorothy’s twisted fingers massaging dough for … Continue reading

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