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Consciousness in Conspectus
by Vivian L Dawson

Monday, June 18, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Cold dark thoughts your
wits end happiness forlorn
and damned depressed
without a valid reason
finding yourself in this
pity position what to do?

Making a list of plusses
and minuses just might
convince a sun to rise
again in your heart with
peace of moon beaming
from your face as true
beauty at it's best

Believing in plusses
outweighing minuses
awakening to find when
rain marries the sunshine
a rainbow of magnificence
arches of importance by
spectrum for a mission 
bridging existence into
blessings of happiness

(c) Consciousness in Conspectus
16June2012
Vivian L Dawson

A rainbow is a token of the
covenant in the clouds and
sky. It was a promise that
God would never again
judge the earth by flooding

 

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Reviewed by Laura Fall 6/20/2012
So meaningful and amazingly written and the photo is stunning Excellent poetry as always Laura
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/20/2012
Believing in plusses
outweighing minuses

A very sage outlook on life.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/19/2012
Thank you for sharing this encouraging perspective through your verses, Vivian. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 6/19/2012
Beauty in a rainbow sighting stirs emotions of elation
in God's promise. Exceptional writing Lady Vivian.

Lady May Ann
Reviewed by william goldman (Reader) 6/19/2012
NOTHING BUT THE WHOLE TRUTH,GOD,S PROMISE OR COVENANT AND THE PLUSSES WILL OUT WAY THE MINUSES IF WE WOULD STAY IN THE CENTER OF HIS WILL AND SERVE HIM DAILY, GIVING THANKS FOR ALL OUR BLESSINGS LOVING ONE AND A NOTHER AS HE LOVES US!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL HG
Reviewed by Rory Dall (Reader) 6/19/2012
This is a pleasant, optimistic summary of life, the trick is not to spend too much time playing a pointless, personal zero sum game and just look on the bright side. And how come rainbows always make us smile.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/19/2012
If the minuses outweigh the pluses, then it's time to walk (no cell phone) and write. Walk to clear the mind, and write to work it out. Both ways one will find that depression disappears.

Ron
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/19/2012
Always have enjoyed following rainbows to their ends, hoping for that pot of gold, but I think just the seeing of the rainbow is pot of gold enough...e
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 6/19/2012
When you are depressed I would think counting the plusses and minuses would serve to make you even more depressed. What if the minuses outweighed the plusses? Eh gads!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/19/2012
Vivian, as usual you gave our minds, hearts and souls lots to contemplate and think about in this one. It is so easy to get lost in a cloud of dark when we cannot find the sun but we always have to remember...after the clouds come blues skies. Thank you for sharing.
fee
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 6/19/2012
Vivian,
Ahhh, rainbows..arcs of prismed refrated light that beckons our vivid visions of peace..nicely done, thanks for the pleasure.
Budd



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