A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
Lovely doodle, lovely photo, profound poem. I like.
Kind Emma, it's a poem reworked from my journal and I'm sure glad you like it.
Sujatha, thanks for the encouragement!
Interesting read indeed. Greetings.
Most kind, Blogoratti. Thanks!
You've made me cry, Geo. We all need to hope that our note is clear and crisp and adds to the symphony ...Wonderful poem, and Geodoodle, and Normaphoto of same.
O_Jenny, your tears are endorsement. We are part of something tremendous and beautiful!
Each one A different quietLasts just a whileBut in my mind It is eons of timeThe ringing and quietSo loud, so fineAre yours as much as mine
Eloquent KK, You have the brave heart of a poet, and lend confidence to the future.
This makes me feel at peace, and I love your drawing too, Geo. Virtual hugs, friend.
Friendship and virtual embrace enthusiastically returned, dear Robyn.
Wonderful. And what a perfect drawing to accompany the verse. The one brass note seems particularly fitting.
Sandra, you encourage me and I appreciate it.
I love this poem. I just finished Watercolor Words by Kearby Topher. I love his work too.
Dear Rick, I had not heard of Kearby Topher. Looked up samples of his beautiful pages on Google Images and am quite impressed. My doodles come from my journals with the 1st draft of the poem --which is different from Topher's typed fair copies-- but both techniques are personally effective. Thanks!
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