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Good night my Love
by Dr. Robert Ippaso

Hello you
This is me
I feel so very far away;
I miss you
In every way
More than I can ever say;
As I lay
Here all alone
I count the passing of each day;
To be close

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Ain’t Life Granne!
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

She’s frequently there with an opinion…
Often willing to share free advice…
She wants us all to find a way to be happy…
And to one another she wants us to be nice…

She has forever been an wonderful mother…
And she continues to be one to this day…
But if we do something to get on her bad side…
We should do our best to stay out of her way…


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Loving Hearts Show Kindness
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Kindness is a thing that gives love its wings. Often it comes
from people you know and love, but sometimes it comes from a
stranger most unexpectedly, surprising the recipient, and even
the giver as well, for how we react to crisis, only time can
tell. A split second act of courage has saved many a life, at
the rescuer's own peril. Loving hearts are caring, feeding the
hungry and caring for the sick. Loving hearts are champions
of humanity, always striving for the best in humankind. The
teachings of Jesus and kindness are in perfect harmony, like
the moon is in harmony with the night.

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Breathe
by Estelle Jackson

In... out... in... out.
A reflex. Refresh, relax.
Breathe in clean, cool air.
Breathe in calm. Breathe in light.
Still the crazy cacophony
Of chaotic, cascading thoughts.
From the lucid to the tangled,
Push them out and sit for now
While we reboot.
Make space to be. To rest. To breathe.

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On Sunny Street
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

My special angel, you are watching over me,
In the days of holly, or when it is blossomy.
A secret friend, following me through my days,
Though others may go, your love remains always.

Whenever trouble comes, your might is revealed,
As a hidden garden where beauty's been concealed.
An everloving heart, and knowing mystical eyes,
Your address lies in heaven, as the crow flies!

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Good night my Love
by Dr. Robert Ippaso

Hello you
This is me
I feel so very far away;
I miss you
In every way
More than I can ever say;
As I lay
Here all alone
I count the passing of each day;
To be close

......

Continue reading
Ain’t Life Granne!
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

She’s frequently there with an opinion…
Often willing to share free advice…
She wants us all to find a way to be happy…
And to one another she wants us to be nice…

She has forever been an wonderful mother…
And she continues to be one to this day…
But if we do something to get on her bad side…
We should do our best to stay out of her way…


......

Continue reading
Loving Hearts Show Kindness
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Kindness is a thing that gives love its wings. Often it comes
from people you know and love, but sometimes it comes from a
stranger most unexpectedly, surprising the recipient, and even
the giver as well, for how we react to crisis, only time can
tell. A split second act of courage has saved many a life, at
the rescuer's own peril. Loving hearts are caring, feeding the
hungry and caring for the sick. Loving hearts are champions
of humanity, always striving for the best in humankind. The
teachings of Jesus and kindness are in perfect harmony, like
the moon is in harmony with the night.

......

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Bodybusy
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I've never considered myself nosy, I just care about people that's all,
The way gardeners care about roses, when colored leaves start to fall.

But like chaotically spattered sunsets, often things can get confused,
Like the times I interfered to help, only to have help firmly refused!

I had never comprehended why anyone, would rather make a huge mistake,
Like the mistaken sunshine that beams golden, on the day of heartbreak.

I even offered advice to strangers, but never with intent to dominate,

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Breathe
by Estelle Jackson

In... out... in... out.
A reflex. Refresh, relax.
Breathe in clean, cool air.
Breathe in calm. Breathe in light.
Still the crazy cacophony
Of chaotic, cascading thoughts.
From the lucid to the tangled,
Push them out and sit for now
While we reboot.
Make space to be. To rest. To breathe.

......

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