Clinging and Letting Go
by Marguerite T Lemoine
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Reflections on my life as I do from time to time - examining the past, the present, and the future
CLINGING AND LETTING GO
As I cling to my possessions
And realize all my obsessions
I give myself many suggestions
For letting go to a fulfilled life
I have seen my children, grand-
children, and great grandchildren
come to fruitation. Life indeed
has no limitations.
As my fruit ripens on the vine,
should I continue to cling, or
should I drop softly upon the
moist ground and produce yet
Is there not something better
Should I put aside my fainting?
or should I to my Creator,
surrender, and go joyfully and
in wonder into another world.
Marguerite The Little Flower
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|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Ahhh little Flower, there is always more to do and see until your day comes. You have yet to experience great great grandchildren and I offer my wish that you may one day smile to see your first.
|Reviewed by Hariharan Balakrishnan
|I can understand. Each one of us ask this question at some time or the other. Take life as it comes. Ignore the ignorables. There is always something new to learn, something of interest around each of us. I respect you for your honesty in word.|
|Reviewed by Lew Duffey
|You should live each day to it's fullest and the Lord calls you will be ready,
|Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader)
|He he he he..This tickled me pink, lol
|Reviewed by Marguerite Lemoine
|Knock, Knock, Knock, One more time upon the ceiling
Hey, Come open the door