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We Used To Talk

Is it just me, or are we doing less talking nowadays?

Throwback: Let’s


Let’s be friends.

Let’s unite two different backgrounds and create a unique blend.

Let’s let our honesty never offend.

Let’s not fight and if we do, promise to make amends.

Let’s never leave the other alone to fend.

Let’s promise to take each other’s brokenness and mend.

Let’s hide in each other’s arms to protect and defend.

Let’s live our stages, and let this friendship ascend.

Let’s outlive the latest fad and be more than a passing trend.

Let’s be committed to each other, not letting problems grow and transcend.

Let’s work things out and promise to never abandon or suspend.

Let’s love for real and never pretend.

Let’s grow old together from now until the end.

Easter Thoughts

I’d like to share a few of my favorite Easter thoughts from previous posts:

I Chose He ChoseEmpty TombIMG_0117It is FinishedOne Act

Flashback Friday: Love and Loss

Here’s an oldie for Flashback Friday, “Love and Loss”:

Her face was caressed by a leaf blown off a tree

It reminded her of his gentle touch

A soft summer breeze encircled her and then let her free

It reminded her of his warm embrace

In silence she remained as she listened to the buzz of a nearby bee

It reminded her of his determination

Children laughing in the distance, she could hear them full of joy and glee

It reminded her of his kind heart

The wailing of a police siren close enough to hear but too far to see

It reminded her of his protection

Her love she had lost too soon, most would agree

It was so sudden, no one could’ve possibly foreseen

As she walked and remembered her lost love in details great and small

She was reminded that it’s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all

Throwback Thursday: El Poder De Una Sonrisa

Flashback Friday: A Musician’s Love

He holds the secret, he has the key
Playing sweet melodies, never off-key

Musician of the heart, he knows how to strike a chord
In tune and in sync, their hearts in one accord

He masterfully composes the perfect piece
Giving her security and perfect peace

On her heart he’s etched his unforgettable prints
As she slowly falls for her charming prince

A skillful musician, he knows the right notes
Unlocking her heart with handwritten love notes

He alters his tune and writes in a break
And at the altar promises her heart not to break

His wife he will make her, and together become one
A-sharp gentleman, her heart he has won. 

Throwback Thursday: Eve

I can’t take credit for this, but I love the quote.

(Taken from the Mathew Henry Commentary.)

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