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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Wise points made here, Lynn. Thank you. Love and peace,
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|Beautiful girl, and moving write; thought provoking and wise, Lynn; well done!
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|A very sad day.......
I must be happy and free as you suggest..
Beautiful grandaughter there...
Caseylynn is a great name...
|Reviewed by Tempie Williams
Your poem is so real. Just looking at the joy on your beautiful granddaughter Caseylynn's face says it all. You see how I have readily assumed the beautiful young girl in the picture is Caseylynn...smile
You see for me it doesn't matter. Everything gives me hope now. I remember so well that day in September as I remember my other 9/11 a couple of years afterwards with both my parents a month apart. Yes, I remember the pain.
I see the box of kleenex there in the picture sitting behind Caseylynn's beautiful smiling face. I also smile at your last line in your peom, "Choose joy instead of pain."
Today, this day, this 9/11 for me is JOY instead of pain. I went to the doctors office today and got such a good report. For me I laugh now and I am in love and there is a new hope for a better tomorrow.
Today is truly more than about me and my hope is that somehow others are able to, "Choose joy instead of pain."
May God Bless
Love Ya Lynn
Tempie and Albert
A WINNING TEAM