Monthly Archives: September 2011

Heart

He glimpses our heart’s fullness and less, Its tendrils fashioned from stone to flesh Our part: submissive belief— Saved from death’s mortal darts: What relief!

Posted in Perspective, Poetry

My Love

Wrapped in bedding, my love sweetly slumbers. My wife and two daughters’ mother, Loves not what could be, Should be, Or would be, But what is. What a great gift she is!

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Everyday

Somehow a dead leaf got tracked inside. I didn’t ask from whom or whence it came, Only wondered, if I did nothing, would it remain. The more I thought the less I did, Philosophy’s contribution to underbid. The leaf, brown

Posted in Perspective, Poem for Your Day, Poetry

Thanks

In bunk beds stacked in two The older climbs the stairs, While the baby snuggles you. The one on top combs her hair, While the baby on the bottom bed Decides she doesn’t want to sleep there. She wants to

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