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True love cannot be found where it truly does not exist,Nor can it be hidden where it truly does.
~ by Anonymous ~ 



When day light lowers heavy lids

Emerging twlight softly bids

The earth to lay it's onus down

Bathed by star light's.....silvered gown


The fit is one, that forms to all

From mountain children small

By cloak of gentle, coaxing peace

Acceptance brings....dulcet release


Horizons eventide

When dreams and needs, transcend divide

As all is plumb....and put to right

By slumbered seed....that vines the night


A shadowed offering of form

Where dreams are gracefully reborn

By womb of logic's corded chain

It's all so clear.....'neath moon's domain





Taim i'ngra leat


For Our Dreams

Taim i'ngra leat = love, in Celtic

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Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci
I agree with Robert's comment. And the title is perfect,
I don't think you can have one without the other.

Reviewed by William Bonilla
A wonderful write
thanks for sharing

William ....Peace & Love
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*®
Couldn't agree more with the quote Anita.

Beautiful rhyme and metre in this work of art.

Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
This is breath taking! An enchanting poem, your, "Lunacy and Logic." Bravo!
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
Beautiful~~~~and the Picture
is magical
Reviewed by jude forese
the logic of love is the lunacy it follows ...

exceptional poetry ...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
A poetic gem of an offering for which we all thank you, Anita. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
Oh, the quote! so true. (and the "love, in Celtic") was a warming thing for me, as you know.

BUT... it's all about the poem for me, lovely Anita. It makes no sense to repeat, line for line, this utterly graceful, originally expressed piece, but I would have to, if a favorite phrase were to be chosen here.

You are so able to make thoughts and expression float... you stir senses, you make your word-visions accessible and I just sit and let them fill my head. I don't believe there is anyone quite like you. What a poet! Sigh... katy xox
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
A poetic lullaby for mind and soul and easy on both ears and eyes: BLISS!! Just love the quote, too, by the person who leaves us even more of a legacy than Shakespeare: many of us are likewise part of his/her family - i.e. Unknown! You know your stuff well, Anita! TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Mary Quire
A beauty, as always.

Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
A treasure of a poem....
love the picture....
Reviewed by Nordette Adams
As usual, a lovely write, romantic ambience set. Sweetly done, Anita.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
Poetry doesn't get any better than this, Anita. Stunning perfection. What talent you possess; I am in awe of your abilities.
Take care,
Reviewed by Dale Clark
I use both lunacy and logic. lol
Great piece Anita. Loved it.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes

Stunning pic...gonna steal it!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Lori Moore
Wonderful poetry. The picture is a perfect fit.
Reviewed by Dana Matthews (Reader)
I wouldn't jus' say this to any one... lol



D a n a xox
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson
magical work of art..thanks
Reviewed by Larry Rochelle
Expressive inspiration of night's soothing prophecies.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
I use the word beautiful because of my limited vocabulary...

But this is divine...
Reviewed by L. Figgins
The lunacy of this world and the logic in your gentle words of peace are in sharp contrast, as you have beautifully illustrated in this poem. Why does one always reach for the word "beautiful" when describing your poetry? Because each one is like a well-ochestrated symphony...
Reviewed by Barbara Terry
Oh that is just so sweet Lady A. It brings tears to my eyes. And OMG the Swans are a great touch. Thnx fo sharing. Taim i'ngra leat. May the Lord be with you always, and at your side constantly. With much Taim i'ngra leat, peace, & (((HUGS))), your very dear sister in the written word and in Christ our Lord, From Wisconsin,

Barbara Lynn Terry
"If I have to...Then I may as well be."
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
Well now I love the graceful swans and I have to ask like Lija did. But the graphic is just lovely.
Reviewed by Lilja .

Note:Forgive me for asking...but what does Taim i'ngra leat means?
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
I didn't detect a lot of lunacy in this well-written poem, but i did sense and appreciate the logic of peaceful and untroubled (I know, redundant.) sleep. Well done.
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Lady A, thank you for this exquisite, eloquent poem! It is outstanding and the beauty I needed to refresh my vision! Bless you!;-)

Love, Eileen
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