FINDING LOVES TRUTH

Inhabiting the hopeful daze of tomorrows dreams
Provides the nourishment to want, the passion to change,
……………………..the willingness to love.

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#LIKE@GIVE@LIVE

I wonder what our world be
If each one was to pay a fee
For each comment and every like
A pound for the weak and each tyke
That suffers in the world today.
Let the experiment begin:
………………I’ll pay!
Let our kindness and care win:
………………Just say!

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SONNETS OF ETERNAL HOPE – III

Oh please let the love I hold for you last
And survive all those times I live in fast;
In starvation’s hope for a fresh new way
Let me hold on, linger and with you stay.

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SONNETS OF ETERNAL HOPE – IV

Defined by the dwindling politicians, whose light dims
Ever-more in the ever widening divisions of a languid
Language which speaks only of power seeking limbs
And weakening ideologies where spoken words, turgid,

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XXVI

If I do interrogate when I am astonished
No new fresh flowers are born in the meadows
Nor does it change anything in the sun so that it becomes more beautiful…
(Even if fresh flowers were born in the meadow
And the sun changed to become more beautiful,
I might have felt that there were less flowers in the meadow
And believed the sun to be uglier….
Because everything is as it is and that’s how it is,
And I accept it, and not thank it,
So it doesn’t appear as if I think about it…)

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