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Love from Afar

When the prickles and pain of a love held close hurt too much, harm too much, then love from afar with a prayer and a hope for change, for time to heal.

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Legalism is a sure thing . . .

Legalism is a sure thing . . . black and white, rules and tools, all the borders are tall and rigid with fixed right angles. Legalism is a safe system that makes me feel secure because I never have to … Continue reading

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I Want

I want community, a neighborly world where care and concern are a part of the DNA.  So often, relationships come in blurred glimpses, fleeting, like the countryside seen through windows on a fast train. It’s there, and it’s not, and … Continue reading

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Passing It On

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A Red Haiku

Complicated love, layers, twisted and turning, a rich enigma.

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Love is . . .

Love is a kiss, a peck, and a passion. It’s a tender touch and a vacuumed floor. It’s a bitten tongue when being right is less important than the painful memory. Love is a hug that warms to the middle, and sometimes … Continue reading

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Love Me with Your Words

Love me with your words. You feel it in your heart and know it in your head, but across miles, I can’t feel it. I can’t feel it in pithy quotes and Youtube samples, FB funnies and brain-teasing games. I … Continue reading

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If All the World . . .

If all the world looked as cute and cuddly as my friend’s Black Mouth Cur puppies, I could love everybody with no problem! When she posted on FB something about a Black Mouth Cur, hubby and I thought she might … Continue reading

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Dr. Leila Denmark–One Who Cared

It is interesting that I just put up my poem about the lack of consistent, ongoing caring.  We are so easily distracted and so much more aware of our own needs than those of others.  The exhortation still stands, for … Continue reading

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The Weak in Review:

My hubby has bent over backwards to help me in this down time with my broken rib and bruised everything.  But he went above and beyond when, without even asking, I saw him go to my bird feeders and fill … Continue reading

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