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A Sensitive Heart
by Suzie Palmer
Monday, July 21, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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‘There are three ways of seeking God in the human heart. The first way is to recognise God the divine in every person, and to care for every person with whom we come in contact, in our thought, speech, and action. Human personality is very delicate. The more living the heart the more sensitive it is; that which causes sensitivity is the love element in the heart, and love is God. The person whose heart is not sensitive is without feeling; his heart is not living, but dead. In that case the divine spirit is buried in his heart.’ Hazrat Inayat Khan

I’m so at a loss right now
I don’t know what to do
I don’t know how to find the love
That’s always keeping true

Feelings come foremost
To a sensitive heart
A sensitive heart knows this
ill do nothing to impart

Separation and despair,
Dismisses and no care
Disillusionment, out on the cold cement
Will do nothing to make a heart lament 

Instead a sensitive heart
Shines like the sun
Encases, it bridges almost everyone
Alive and living
This it is
Easily able to recognise bliss






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Reviewed by Sheila Roy 11/17/2008
I wish it wasn't true, but, as times progress, neighbor is less willing to help neighbor - even to cheer one with a smile. A very profound write!
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 8/12/2008
the more we find fault in others...the more we recognize it in we become sensitive and more heartfelt with ourselves, we will see less and less suffering in our personal worlds
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 7/29/2008
In our hearts, speach and action, YOU know it Suz!
A love in the heart so pure can endure!
A unity of love is a treasure
Your poem says much in these endearing lines you gathered!
My recent poem may cheer you Suz! I hope you gather the strenth to pursue!
I am sending healing and loving prayers and energy right out to YOU! I know it's been awhile, that I've been here and for that I am VERY Sorry!
I care
I will stay here awhile... to read where your heart is walking...
The diviness that you show, I hope sadness will stop it's growth! In your heart of love, may it grow from above!
Warmest Blessings, of Love, Light and Inner Peace, Warrior Purple Lady Sheexooo
STay Positive!ALWAYS!!! I appreciate our friendship, you know how to reach me... :)
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 7/27/2008
Your poem reveals so much truth about a sensitive heart.I love reading it because this poem relates to me in terms of having a sensitive heart.Sometimes this world can be a cold-hearted place and I have encountered people whose heart is very dark,but I haven't change who I am and neither should anybody else.take care of yourself.


Reviewed by Stuart McCallum 7/23/2008
Suzie, a sensitive heart in which you have......beautifully written with so much feeling.
Take good care and stay well, Stuart
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 7/22/2008
You have such a devine heart that shines and sparkles with God's love, share with the world and see those around you smile....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/22/2008
I know you do have a sensitive heart filled with love and care not just for your family and friends but for all of God's creatures and the planet. I hope it is never hurt too badly that it cannot be repaired.
Reviewed by Paul Berube 7/22/2008

You've a beautiful heart my friend. Peace, Love and Blessings Always, Paul.
Reviewed by Tony Jenkins 7/21/2008
Don't lament beautiful Suzie.

Feel the love.
Although in our phycial world, phycial love sure is good.

Stay strong.

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/21/2008
I am familiar with these feelings, Suzie. I send you sentiments of love and peace,

Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 7/21/2008
In Spanish there's a saying "mejor solo[a] que mal acompaniado." Loose Translation: It's better to be alone than to have a bad companion. A sensitive heart knows the meaning of love and bliss. Well said.

God bless you. Kathy
Reviewed by Jill curry (Reader) 7/21/2008
beautiful poem is something eternal, and when it's found is wonderful

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