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Posted on Mon, 28 Apr 2014
this poem reminds me how important it is to make the most of the time I have with my partner. Loosing someone special is the hardest part of being in love, because when they're gone you find yourself with so many gaps to fill...Read full comment
Posted in After You'd Gone...
This is so beautiful and
Posted on Thu, 24 Apr 2014
This is so beautiful and reminded me of a recent dream I had, of flying over Ocean and land and the weightless feeling of floating like a cloud.
Really enjoyed and thank you for sharing.
Jenny.Read full comment
Posted in And Then There Was Light...
I'm really surprised I missed
Posted on Wed, 23 Apr 2014
I'm really surprised I missed your work.
This is a great little poem and I agree with you about the butterfly, although if I were to be reincarnated, I would love to come back as a Golden Eagle, such a majestic bird.
Thank you...Read full comment
Posted in I Wish I Was A Butterfly
I think the wonderful part
Posted on Fri, 11 Apr 2014
I think the wonderful part about migration is the eagerness with which the birds fly...like it's so imperative they reach their destination.
I always like to think that when we die, our spirit leaves the body and flies free with the birds...Read full comment
Posted in The Season of Migration (I.P.)
Very much enjoyed reading
Posted on Mon, 03 Mar 2014
Very much enjoyed reading this piece Elsie. As for your daughter being a goth, I love goths and only have good words to say about them.
This is such a positive piece, that it oozes support and enthusiasm which is what we all need....Read full comment
Posted in Cheers to the Goddess of Goodsurprise
This brought back so many
Posted on Wed, 05 Feb 2014
This brought back so many memories of questions that I wanted to know from my own Dad. One of the thoughts that did cross my mind when reading, is how we go full cirlce from childhood to adults and then near that moment of saying goodbye, we...Read full comment
Posted in One More Thing Before I Go...