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Counting blessings

Mind in maudlin misery did call, for memory to hold the hand of hope, remembering that life still has its joys; counting of the blessings stroke by stroke. Magpies in mellifluous morning  call, deliquescent song of honeyed streaming light, trickles … Continue reading

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Did you say you loved me?

Did you say you loved me, as your hand caressed my thigh and stroked on hidden heart, or was it just imagined? That touch, skin like silk appraising warm receiving, where surrender was the only sense that raised impassioned head, … Continue reading

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Song of hope

The soul sounds mournful, silent words of grief, as if to play a tune upon life’s heart, and in the doing bring to birth it’s saddened song, and dance upon the dark and shadowed path. The ear can turn to … Continue reading

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God laughed   God laughed and in the smiling the servant joy was born; warm hope the way was showing, close shadow to her tread. Light-stepped she roamed the centuries, a timeless, ageless sign that Joy was our deliverer- too … Continue reading

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Joy and grief

The whisper drifts around my mind and waits, silent, patient, hidden in the mists it calls itself to being, never late; it will appear when joy bestows her kiss. The words are murmured, quietly, soft and cruel they linger in … Continue reading

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