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I bet everyone takes one simple thing in life for granted sometimes.
Well here is a poem I wrote to remind everyone to enjoy life's blissful moments.
Ps. Enjoy and check out the music, as always.
A 59 year old returns to the basketball court to play with 25 year olds.
Its TOP, Its 10, Its HOT
I am not your paint brush, sir...
Polka-dot Star Flowers is about love, and life. It is about treating people with kindness, gentleness, acceptance and respect. Life is a fabulous journey of discovery. Start seeing miracles again!
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Hello, it's Snowbunny again.
This poem is about my mama and I, it's one of my favorites, because it brings back good memories.
Hope everyone enjoys. ^_^
P.s check out the music!
Another inspirational poem. I wasn't really satisfied with it at the time when I finished it, but when I re-read it today I thought it was nice enough to be published.
music and dreams
This is another poem written to a work of art, this time a painting. Mind you, I am a terrible, truly terrible painter. I usually paint only for fun, and only when I have too much free time. ;-)Anyway, this painting, originally titled Red and Yellow Flower, inspired me, and because I prepared it...
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I had a soulgasm!
Poetry | Updated Apr 22, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
A sonnet that takes a speech from Shakespeare's Macbeth and opens the door for redemption.