Tag Archives: Friendship

ECHOES OF MEMORY

“To speak the truth, I think that people ought to be upset, …; I think that life is so important and, in its workings, so upsetting that nobody should be spared.” J.R. Ackerley to Stephen Spender – 1955 When the … Continue reading

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ON THAT DAY

It is my deepest wish That I will some day Again find her peace And in love stay Among the friends Who were always true And in living knew Of her loves play.

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SORRY FOR BEING ME

The damage and joy is already done! Sweet majesty, who in the glorious sun resides, Hold us true within your fullest bounty so reality can dawn. Within your heart, when we together find rhythm, And within your touch is a … Continue reading

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9. 9. 19.

God alter me, and turn my heart to stone, That I may be as cold as mountain snow. And cleave my way untempted and alone. And have no fire, nor any seeds to sow. Nor feel the blood within me … Continue reading

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FINDING LOVES SHARE

Pleasures come in the strangest forms With friendship our most consistent gift: Freely available for all who will care There is nothing to prevent us there!

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