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The living end
by dan Rosenhagen
Saturday, April 14, 2012
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Nature and you

 The living end

If you never have really been loved
before, say hi to "my Little friend."

No, it's not Pacino's machine gun,
but to me it's the living end.

It's the sun, the earth, the sky and sea,
they love me like a proud mother,
saving me from yours truly, 
their love is like no other. 

I know that they will always be there
for me, even when I am gone, 
They aren't just the instruments of love, my friend, they are the composers of love's eternal song.

So the next time that you feel empty and alone, embrace a green field with your flesh and bones. Let the sun warm your soul, the destination of a stream, shares with you its goal.
Let your mind mingle with the wind, 
now you are truly free, and never will you ever know a deeper love than being at one, with the elements and thee.

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Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 4/14/2012
I can so relate! Nature is my shoulder to cry on, my valium, my canvas,...............oh, you said it so right!!! Bravo!!!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/14/2012
A sound lesson. My cure for depression.

Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/14/2012
"like a proud mother," potent elixir used to define that. Enmeshing twirl of a way to say, embracing with flesh and bones. Your missive can be understood and shared by every human being, I believe; for even those unable to afford vacation in Jamaica, feel the salve for daily burns in the "mingle" of a free park, and thereby wear what you say as jewelry of their own. I like that you say 'even when I am gone.' ~~ Diana
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