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Handmaidens
by Suzie Palmer
Sunday, December 03, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Genuine love and self-discipline
Go deeply hand in hand
One without the other
The mind is unable to understand
Life without either two
Denotes love living on imbalanced land 

True love is freedom
When these handmaidens subsist
Without them, fleeting love goes falling in an abyss 

Let’s muster up the courage
To live this life and give
Find within the qualities
That allow good hearts to bridge

Mind the gap
That enables flack to harmfully pour through
Find the kind that seeks Divine in Loving
Living
And You

 


 


 
 
 

 

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Reviewed by Butch Howard 1/6/2007
Love must always be nurtured and protected from all the "flack" that is always trying to pour through. "The wolf is always at the door..." -Good message!
~Butch
Reviewed by Peter Paton 12/6/2006
Suzy

The best kinda of love of them all
Divine Love !
Superlative poetry..;-)

Love and Hugs

Peter
Reviewed by jude forese 12/5/2006
a warm and enabling romantic poem ...
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 12/5/2006
Beautiful pen
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 12/4/2006
The Truth!
We must find the dicipline in each of us
To love wholly and truthfully!
Hope to see you soon on my corner of the den my friend~
Enjoy! All your Holidays in WArmth and Wisdom and Cheer!
WArm HuGs,Sheeexoox
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/4/2006
Lovely write!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/4/2006
Love must not rest on a single hope, and the price to be loved is high.. Well done Suz
Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 12/4/2006
"Love isn't love 'til you give it away"...and so much the better if Divine. Lovely write, Susie.
Love, Taylor
Reviewed by Jimmy Mills 12/3/2006
I love the education part of your masterpiece. It's so true...love isn't love without being genuine and having self discipline. Your words are so very true. Great write my friend. Jim
Reviewed by Brett Moore 12/3/2006
Nice romantic poem that acknowledges imperfections exist, and must be held at bay.

Brett
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/3/2006
Oh Suzie this is deeply inspiring to all who read to try and strive for that kind of love of which you so eloquently write.

Fee
Reviewed by J M 12/3/2006
This is inspiring and full of wisdom thank you for posting this one.



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