A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
(Sunflower and Marigolds from Norma's Garden)
The photo and the poem are lovely.Love,Janie
Thank you, dear Janie. Poems need a mood and mindset that has escaped me lately, but I'm working on it.
The mystery of love is beautifully written in this poem. Congratulations. Regards
Most kind, thank you.
Blessing appreciated and reciprocated. Thank you. Was glad to come across your comment at Myra's blog. Welcome.
At first, I took this as being about family but reading it a few times, I thought it could be much larger than that. It touched me and made me think further. Norma’s picture is lovely.
Dear Arleen, yet again your take follows my writing precisely. Writing the little poem consumed 9 weeks. Sometimes it takes a while to make something personal become general. Relayed your compliment to Norma --she's over there smiling.
A wonderful poem! I love how you portray that sense of an all inclusive circle...that envelopes us all in love and understanding...that stretches far beyond the meaning of mere words themselves...😊😊And those flowers are so pretty!Thank you so much for sharing this, my friend...and for those kind words you left on my blog. I so appreciate that.Do hope you are staying safe and well.Have a fabulous weekend!
Thank you, dear Ygraine, for your kind, generous comment. Weekend went well. Trust yours did also. We are safe and well; hope you are too.
within the circle of His divine love we are bond to attach and love each other it is one and only aim of life and part of his endless love!this poem made my day dear Geo!
Dear Baili, a welcome attachment indeed. So happy this poem made your day.
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