Category Archives: Hope

The Truelove


August is already upon us, as well as another Monday. This Poem of the Week deals with a challenge we all face, and the means to deal with it – the power of faith. Wishing you all a safe passage … Continue reading

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The Tree


Apologies to all. Due to the 4th of July holiday, Monday’s Poem of the Week is just arriving now. Hope it’s worth the wait, and that you all enjoyed your celebrations. The Tree Memory believes before knowing remembers. William Faulkner, … Continue reading

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Morning Glory


Welcome back to Poetry Monday. Heat waves are driving everyone on the West Coast to seek relief from the oppressive sizzle outside. Hope today’s poem offers some comfort to my readers. Be well. MORNING GLORY How blessed is this scourge … Continue reading

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Afterlife


Sometimes, when the winds are blowing through the pines, the full moon lights up the hills with its spotlight glow, I hear the owl calling from the trees, and know someday he’ll be calling my name, and I’ll have no … Continue reading

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The Deal


Welcome to another edition of poetry Monday. Given that my offspring is about to have another birthday, the following poem by him felt particularly appropriate. The Deal This is the deal, I tell you: You’re half me, half your mother, … Continue reading

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