Thank you, Paul Lenzi… RIP dear friend

Our Dear Friend Paul Lenzi has passed on! He shall be missed and we will treasure his words! Please read this reblog for more details and to contact his family if you so desire! We Loved You Paul!!!

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For all who have not heard, the poetry community lost an incredible man yesterday.

His son writes, “It is with deep regret that I have to announce the sudden passing of my father Paul Lenzi. He was the cornerstone of our family and will be missed dearly. He began this blog as an a creative outlet and as a way of sharing his poetry. He never imagined it would develop such a large following, and the overwhelming support he received from this community touched him deeply. On behalf of our entire family, thank you. We are proud of the legacy of words he left behind.”

Paul was a very dear friend, and an incredible human being.  He helped me when I first started sharing my poetry, always having kind words to encourage.  I am deeply saddened that I will not see his name in my inbox any longer, but…

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Love Again

Come and read Nandita’s – LOVE AGAIN

A Tangle of Weeds

It is not important whether you are spiritual or believe in God …. But the four principles of metaphysics apply to all from the moment one is born and until our last breath!

The First Principle states: “Whomsoever you encounter is the right one” … This means that no one comes into our life by chance. Everyone who is around us, anyone with whom we interact, represents something, whether to teach us something or to help us improve a current situation.

The Second Principle states: “Whatever happened is the only thing that could have happened” … Nothing, absolutely nothing of that which we experienced could have been any other way. Not even in the least important detail. There is no “If only I had done that differently, then it would have been different”. NO .. What happened is the only thing that could have taken place and must have taken…

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A Time, And a Place

Come and enjoy this wonderful poem of love and longing – A TIME AND A PLACE


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It never fails

That my mind wanders

To a time and place

I have yet to be

Or to a person

I have yet to meet

But these journeys to you

Though fleeting and brief

Bring me comfort

In times of doubt

And in the waiting

Though lengthy

That there is a plan

A time

And a place

Where you and I

Shall meet

Face to face

And there

We will forget

Our troubles

and our woes

For anything worth having

Requires time

So do not tarry

For long, my love

For I am ready

To share my life

And my love

With you!

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A letter to you

Don’t Miss Cara’s heartfelt and moving piece – A LETTER TO YOU

Cara Reeva

Crying faceI just realized how much I’m in love with you today

Even after all the pain you put me through

Crazy of me right? lol

But that’s the reality I’ve been forced to accept

I don’t even understand it myself

I thought I knew myself

Now I understand the meaning of a soul tie

Cause even though we are done,

It still feels like you can call on my soul whenever you want to

And I won’t even hold back

Guess I’m still foolish enough to fall the way I did the first time

I saw you today and my heart literally raced

And a small thought crossed my mind

“Maybe today he’ll walk up to me and ask how I’m doing”

Maybe today, that’s what I thought

But you turned and walked away from me like I didn’t exist

My heart shattered into a million pieces all over again

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Before I Die

Come and enjoy Andrew’s moving and romantic poem – BEFORE I DIE

The Lonely Author

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Before I die

I will write a song

so you can hear how love should sing.

Take a selfie in clown face

to remind you laughter heals everything.

Give you all of the possessions I ever lost

because appreciation is the key.

On my final day

in hopes that you remember me forever

I will plant a tree.



This poem was inspired by a Martin Luther quote. Although not found in his collected works, variations of this quote are attributed to him.

“Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.”       – Martin Luther

Photo taken from Google Images.

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