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From The Heart
by Bonita M Quesinberry

Thursday, January 01, 2004

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©copyright 2002 Bonita M. Quesinberry, R.C. 050402


 


All that each do and say,
good or evil, both night and day,
are arrows aimed well, far and near.
Speak ill of others and own fear;
or speak well of all and reap reward,
setting in motion a loving cord.


Fear and neediness are noisy and loud,
cast upon others as a dark cloud.
Yet, true care and concern are quiet and calm,
enlightening others with pleasures of dawn.
After all, from the heart comes everything,
each action and word bearing either joy or pain.


Crank the stereo, bang cabinets and stomp floors,
shout and fight day and night and slam doors;
or carefully consider others far and near,
joyfully spreading peace with not one tear.
For to think only of oneself is sure doom
casting upon the world much gloom.


Either way, good or evil, choices are made,
that each day one gives or takes for trade.
A hard bargain is made for personal pain,
or love easily swaps for peace and life gained.
In the end, all have bargained words and deeds
for everlasting death or eternal life:
A trade in exchange for spreading joy
or misery and strife.

Truth Gathering
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Reviewed by jan nunn (Reader) 1/3/2004
Superb write Bonita! wonderful thoughts,very well written..loved it
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 1/1/2004
Bonita...you have showered billiance here my dear friend...cheers...love n luck....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Handsum Hart 1/1/2004
well said Bonita, a very powerful poem

best wishes for 2004
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/1/2004
Very wisely written and expertly expressed. Thank you for this offering, Bonita. Love and peace, Regis.
Reviewed by jude forese 1/1/2004
as poets, our main goal is to inspire not to be consumed in the fire of indifference ... very insightful poetry ...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 1/1/2004
Great sharing of thoughts.
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 1/1/2004
"From The Heart" takes the stand and speaks on mankind's attitude, lack of heedfulness, success and failure, dedication and indifference... It talks about life while one is living it or dying for ignoring it... "From The Heart" says it full, and it is written with the quills of the One that knows the arcanes of eternity.


Healthy New Year, Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 1/1/2004
This is pure brilliance, it is a cruel world, but we all have the choice, to a tad of salt where ever needed..
Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/1/2004
Very illuninating poetry Bonita...the last stanza sums it up well! Beautifully written! missed you;-) blessed 2004
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