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Amily

that day at the bank i fondly remember, when you stood up to defend the stranger i was.. the smiles that followed left prints so deep… as your caring self kept defending my me i smile as i remember your voice loud and clear as you gave instructions yet doing all the chores leaving me … Continue reading Amily

Pretense

Touch ’em in hiding give ’em your smile thanks from a shadow slender arms song give ’em a scolding reduce their pain lift up the covering condemn their pride leave ’em for karma chasten their hearts move in with vigor but remain unseen  

Soul MATE

storms of confusion thundering’s of words life with it’s warmth passed through the sea labels of laughter gifts of great smiles holes around caves moved life to bliss care to be taken lifes to be watched hope in their thousands cares to the wind

Him

Him

*in faith he awaited their birth *in joy he welcomed them home *his playfulness alarmed them as his welcoming heart was always available *he chose to get blind when in teenage years they were labelled rebels *his giving baffles them as he almost slave for their independence *his patience is another gift as he listens … Continue reading Him

Family

Family

A Family is An Annoying bunch of persons i might not choose or want stirring Bunsen flames with wooden inflamed ladles …moving the flames to fabrics and making the world burn… but even in the midst of flames we can raise a happy chatter.

Stranger

Stranger

Hope for tomorrow thundering s in my mind unclamped whispers finishing the days as they come   lingerings after comments expecting the *no comment* reminding me to live for life itself has a time   unknown yet known in the nativity of reality promising to remember seems mild as the memory may never fade.   … Continue reading Stranger