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 THE BLUEST BIRD

  Dedicated to Alexia Rees Inspired by Arensky Trio in D Minor Your destiny lies in the wind oh Bluest Bird you must begin… This journey of new life begins A clean slate bares unknown Out of the nest to fly

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18 YEARS

18 years, 18 years, I wouldn’t change a day of those 18 years.  There’s been a lot of trials and I shed a lot of tears but I wouldn’t change one day for those 18 years! Today I celebrate 18

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GOD’S TIMING

Who can figure out God’s timing Or the reason why He placed you in my life right now To only say goodbye We meet at such a time as this Our plans seem set apart Yet there’s a place that

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Welfare “Servants” I Think Not

Welfare Servants I think not Just a number on their clock Why did you choose to serve the public We burden you are you above us? Pressure pounding in my brain Head exploding insane in pain No relief I take

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R.I.P Nelson Mandela. Well Done Good And Faithful Servant.

“I am fundamentally an optimist. Whether that comes from nature or nurture, I cannot say. Part of being optimistic is keeping one’s head pointed toward the sun, one’s feet moving forward. There were many dark moments when my faith in

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THE WALL

          In moments like last night I can not respond You’ve ruminated this argument too long Your words are like bullets Sharp shooter takes aim I am the one you hit I am the one maimed

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THE GREAT AFFAIR

The great affair, the love affair with life, is to live as variously as possible, to groom one’s curiosity like a high-spirited thoroughbred, climb aboard, and gallop over the thick, sun-struck hills every day.Where there is no risk, the emotional

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The Glass is not Half Full or Half Empty, it is Just Too Big

                  We all know the expression the glass is either half full or half empty. It is used as a question to gage how a person views a situation, whether they see

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Boys To Men

              Trying to raise boys into men No time to put paper with pen Sitting on the dock of the bay As my sons’ flip flop floats away Earlier this morning the same bay

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Single Mother- Part Two

Single mother how can this be This is not supposed to be my reality But it is today there are just three Ravi, James and finally me I am mom and dad everyday Which used to make me sad but

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