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The Six keys to Success
by Saleh Ben Saleh

For those of you who seek success in every job or post, these are the points you should address before you brag or boast.

In mind you need a VISION and a clear healthy dream, not just a hopeless story or a dreadful faulty scheme.

Start by laying a PLAN and set a final goal,
not just waste your precious time on thoughts you can’t control.

Share your ideas with people and learn to love your team,
it is only with PASSION you’ll achieve your final dream.


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It Grew on Me
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a fashionable horticulturist, for elegant flowers keep eternally in style,
Like the saffron sun, coming and going, always causing dark skies to smile.

Plants were a jade preoccupation, long before glad days of my rosy career,
Filled with such mystery and magic, bringing rare surprises year after year.

My fascinated friends adored my garden, at the corner of Violet and Green,
Visiting an August of creamy asters, after a showy, July 'falling star' scene.

My oaken door was always open, to the fine family of my affectionate heart,

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Maps
by Willow Silvera

The Maps
Filled with criss-crossed
Broken lines and the spaces in
Between
Loosely covering
The pale green
walls of my room.
Sheltering the cracks
Shaped by forgotten dreams
And lost memories

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Well Played
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a hopeful actress, but so far had only been offered bit parts,
And I fought to pay the bills, as a starlit owl, working after dark.

But because I had such huge dreams, I had been struggling for years,
Like a heart brimming with big emotions, is holding back the tears!

I knew I was an amazing actress, yet there were many others like me,
Making it quite hard to choose, like selecting cherries from a tree.

And there were times when I wondered, if I'd ever hit the big time,

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Living Dolls
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a successful, fancy dollmaker, but that had not always been the case,
Such as a case for blossoming romance, when spring is budding everyplace.

For in my inexperienced youth, I had seldom given any undertaking my all,
For we must live our lives to the fullest, to make sweet memories to recall.

I wasted precious time, just getting by, with my major focus on having fun,
Like the fun, daisy days of youthful summer, when nature frolics in the sun.

But, I finally came to my jaded senses, realizing that I had a sweet dream.

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Recent Career Poems
The Six keys to Success
by Saleh Ben Saleh

For those of you who seek success in every job or post, these are the points you should address before you brag or boast.

In mind you need a VISION and a clear healthy dream, not just a hopeless story or a dreadful faulty scheme.

Start by laying a PLAN and set a final goal,
not just waste your precious time on thoughts you can’t control.

Share your ideas with people and learn to love your team,
it is only with PASSION you’ll achieve your final dream.


......

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Chamber of a Thousand Faces
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a bonafide, happy beautician, like a gorgeous, daisy sun as it is rising;
And charming, happy faces were my pursuit, like silvery moonlight uprising.

My days were a flurry of manicures and facials, like nature's green revisions,
Or gardens and fields sprouting colors, due to hidden, mysterious decisions.

I loved ruby, pleasant hours of work, and the valued customers all loved me,
Like the cool attraction which sparkles, between verdant land and green sea.

I visited fond friends, in the finally sunset, just as treasured gold was fading,

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It Grew on Me
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a fashionable horticulturist, for elegant flowers keep eternally in style,
Like the saffron sun, coming and going, always causing dark skies to smile.

Plants were a jade preoccupation, long before glad days of my rosy career,
Filled with such mystery and magic, bringing rare surprises year after year.

My fascinated friends adored my garden, at the corner of Violet and Green,
Visiting an August of creamy asters, after a showy, July 'falling star' scene.

My oaken door was always open, to the fine family of my affectionate heart,

......

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Afterglow
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was an artistic, floral designer, intoxicated by the sweet-smelling blooms,
Like magenta butterfly swarms, at a standstill, intoxicated by floral fumes.

Gold days were full of my bloom designs, each one so original and unique,
Just as none are aware of vague, opaque thoughts, before we soon speak.

I worked with vibrant, live blooms and dried; silken ones and velvets, too,
Just like the myriad variety introduced, when azure skies tire of being blue.

But I longed to make that lasting impression, with an outstanding creation,

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Living Dolls
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a successful, fancy dollmaker, but that had not always been the case,
Such as a case for blossoming romance, when spring is budding everyplace.

For in my inexperienced youth, I had seldom given any undertaking my all,
For we must live our lives to the fullest, to make sweet memories to recall.

I wasted precious time, just getting by, with my major focus on having fun,
Like the fun, daisy days of youthful summer, when nature frolics in the sun.

But, I finally came to my jaded senses, realizing that I had a sweet dream.

......

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