mariandisciple on ___ another Lao-Tzu poem … larrykotz on ___ another Lao-Tzu poem … mariandisciple on My Jesus …. Matthew Perri on My Jesus ….
Monthly Archives: April 2017
____ mirage weekly going to nursing homes teaches me a reality, a lesson, that beauty is fading with time especially with women, the girls; fifty years make a vast difference, the cause for my heart to mourn. where had those … Continue reading
“Life must be poetry, a song, a dance, like a flower on the roadside, blossoming for no one in particular, but spreading its fragrance in the wind, and sending it anywhere.” Lao Tzu If my life is a poem, I … Continue reading
Melancholy, please don’t leave After you hang my heart on leaves, on tree branches. Music no longer tastes bland but smells like incense; Kindness becomes exquisite, stays behind to beckon. Melancholy turns my engraved frown into a bloom Smiles on … Continue reading
LOVING WORDS FROM OUR FATHER Let not your heart be troubled When you tend after My people. You must remain strong To remove their hearts’ thongs. Show them the foretaste of heaven With your sentiments, thoughts remaining therein. Disregard you … Continue reading
LOVE IS MY DORMANT ACT Treat love as the art of a heart As the child born from the deepest desire As the drink quenching enormous thirst As the poetic words the heart would die while suppressing As the painting … Continue reading
WHOLE AS THINE Lovingly consecrated to his Lord He ought not to feel the cord Which disgrace wrapeth his heart In all things he disregardeth Even the populace dish disgrace on him With contempt or to his face disdain He … Continue reading