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Thursday, April 26, 2012
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Every time, I feel like quiting, Ed this great Mensch, gives me cause to write, bless you!


Fortunes of love, just for the picking,
In dark alleys, city dumps, in day or night,
Take care some might your face be licking,
Others run away in fright,
Not as friendly, yet too, in need,
Another, species of the realm,
Runaways, from boundless greed,
If you care, their poverty, might overwhelm,
Such misery in huddled rags,
Squeezed into, doorways, corners tight,
Their all, they have in plastic bags,
Penniless, and out of sight,
Fortunes have in heart and soul,
That glitters not, if struck by light,
But if searching fortunes, is your goal,
You’d have to see with different sight,
It all depends, how in the end,
You will exchange that currency,
If love, or gold, your soul will mend,
The interest banked, you’ll happy be.©26/04/2012

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Reviewed by Jon Willey
need is a common denominator Jasmin - and your poem and photo capture that reality - if this does not grip the heart little will - thanks for sharing another compelling story laced with the credo of a compassionate man - I wish you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Don't ever stop writing from your big heart Jasmine, love the poem.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
It all depends, how in the end,
You will exchange that currency,
If love, or gold, your soul will mend,
The interest banked, you’ll happy

There is wisdom and substance to reflect upon in what you have shared via your verses here, Jasmin. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Diana Wiles
That photo will never be forgotten!...
Our four legged friends will never desert, and will continue warming the bodies, hearts and minds of man always...
Such compassionate writing Jasmin
Love, Diana...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
My helper found astray in their yard about a week ago. She has been feeding and watering the cute little pooch, but can approach it yet. She doesn't feel she can take care of the dog and has asked animal control to pick it up.

As for the man in the photo. Both man and dog are better off for sleeping together on a one dog night. Just so that the dog doesn't have fleas. Some of these men wouldn't come in out of the cold no matter what you offered them. Their dogs love them nonetheless.

Reviewed by John Flanagan
the photo's magnificent and tears at
heart and conscience
and your words, Jasmin, tear, too,
and are fine, compassionate words

bless you always

Reviewed by Mr. Ed
How true, my friend. And that photo says it all. Many people today dump their furry friends at the least excuse, while others who've lost almost everything they had, still continue to share what little they have left with their extremely loyal companions who just want to remain by their side - no matter what.
Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg
hmmm money yes, I'd love to live in a world that didn't use it.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
I agree with Patrick regards money, but just once I would like to have money to know how it feels...also, someday, another dog will be mine...if I had more money I'd have a bunch of them...e
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
Money has never bought happiness, never will. And pooches could care less if you're loaded or not. Belly rubs are cheap and priceless. Patrick
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