Poetry reminding us to Stay Strong when we buy flowers and ask “Where have all the Flowers Gone?”
What you eat, your attitude, and the amount of exercise you get can all play a role in how to boost your immune system.
I liked California. Made me think and drink less. I never understood the California girls. They wanted to figure out the messy world and you can’t. The taverns in California were okay. I never felt safe. No-one showed real face or told you the truth.
Now I live in Texas. The dance halls are many and the Texas girl true and blue in their hearts. People will tell you if they like you or not. I have learn to Texas two-step and I love the country songs.
I befriended Austin, Texas. The college kids call me the poet by the Austin river. I shared my black velvet with them and we shared story of life and our tomfoolery we have done. We shall do.
I feel safe in Texas. The Texas gals are honest, sweet and loving. They like the lonesome poet and blessed him with conversation, kindness…
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Must Read From Jaye!!!!
I must make a decision.
One I have been putting off for a while now. Unfortunately, I must cut back on the work I do, the reading, writing and blogging, due to severe dizziness and nausea.
It breaks my heart, for I love what I do, every single minute of it.
I had enough trouble years back when cataracts nearly scuppered me, but being a trooper, I found other ways to do things.
Now, I have a new and most unwelcome visitor. Something my doctor thinks is Meniere’s Disease. Sounds awful, doesn’t it?
I have been having what I call my dizzy days for years, days when I must give in and switch off the PC. Luckily, these only lasted a day back then. Then it gradually changed to two days, then more, becoming a big problem.
Then the earache began, and the dizziness…
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the rain at night
is a favorite pastime
sitting alone in the living room
listening to the drops
nature’s sadness realized
an empathetic symphony
the tears of heaven
soaking the earth
the morning’s dawn
shines brighter than ever
© 2022 Jason A. Muckley
Punish the sinner
so he will learn to love
which is the life lesson
for us all.
I can not cast
the first stone
nor can you
for we’ve all done
things that were wrong.
P utting revenge where love is needed
Undoing wrong deeds with punishment doesn’t make sense
No punishment teaches love
I nvest the time to find a better solution
S hare the Light to those in need
H ow can there be peace in a world of revenge