so during that time I will be taking time off from my blog and will be posting/reblogging little or not at all.See you in a few days, My Friends!!
The Reluctant Poet
with swarming words
dancing with pen
but not too long
for the story is
to a fault
I find great joy in music
Recently I found joy from the past
I watched the 1994 Hell Freezes Over Tour
Concert by The Eagles
Songs that bring so many memories
Songs filled with sadness
Songs filled love
Classic music from a classic band
Joy at its finest
So many joyful songs
“ Love Will Keep Us Alive”
And thanks to music
So do I
~The Tennessee Poet~
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Today’s Word of the Day is Tear.
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What is life if not sensed with the tenderness of the heart
What is life if not sacrificed at the altar of love,
What is life if not moved from the depth of the soul.
What is life if not loved beyond the shackles of time.
What is life if not consumed sublime by the arrow of the heart
What is love if not coached into nature of life by the nurture of love …
What is life if not cleansed through tears of yearning.
What is love if not set aglow through the embers of passion
What is life if not basked in the warmth of love
What is life if not pining in the patience awaiting
As love conquers you it blesses you in the knowing.
Make not a mockery of love
Serenade love and allow it to speak truth
Love surfaces from the depth of emotions
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like the tide
my hope rises
with the day
bringing a reason
to the shore
and to my day
like a ride
washed up on
the sand when
the sea recedes
in my evening sky
“One has to work very carefully with what is in between the words. What is not said. Which is measure, which is rhythm and so on. So, it is what you don’t write that frequently gives what you do write its power.”
Toni Morrison, writer, 1931-2019
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1:00 flashes on the alarm clock
Stirring up thoughts
Past and future
© 2019 Jason A. Muckley