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Senryu (Patience Rewarded)
by Taylor Ryan

Wednesday, March 21, 2007
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Such wonderful news in the space of twenty-four hours...a blessed event for my Sister-in law, Lilly, and our AD friend, Andy Turner and beloved son, Sebastian. I couldn't resist!
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TR


 

Senryu  (Patience Rewarded)


 

Grace abounds this day

Life grows within my sister

Patience rewarded

 

Patience rewarded

As son returns to father

Grace abounds this day

 

How similar life

Though oceans divide two souls

They bask in God's love

 

 

 

Taylor Ryan

March 2006

 

 

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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 4/14/2007
WOW! This is such a WArm and Inviting Blessing/Tribute
To Three- NO! FOUR (YOU) Wonderful Souls!
This felt refreshing Tay!
I love your heart!
WArmly, WArrior PURPLE Lady Sheeeoox
The flow was magical!
Another gem I plan to savorrr...
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 3/26/2007
Very touching Taylor, beautifully written, love holly
Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow 3/24/2007
Taylor, I echo the sentiments of the many before me.. your way with words and your ability to convey such purity of thought is amazing...beautiful work!!
love,
Myrna
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/23/2007
Like peas in a pod and babies in utero, nothing can divide souls basking in the womb of God's love. What blessing on our households here! Thank you for this extended family Celebration, dear Taylor, and may this be the start of many more to come... I know that Andy, at least, is working on it!! :)) Our love to your sister... I once prayed 7 years (but of course!) for a daughter for a friend (long story...) and along she came after many years secondary infertility after two strapping sons. Grace abounds; patience rewarded... so often the two go hand in hand. Bless you and thank you for this. LOL Kate xx
Reviewed by Paul Berube 3/22/2007
Taylor,

I love the way you wrote this, excellent structure. Absolutely beautiful and positive in a world with so many negatives.
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 3/22/2007
very well-constructed and caring words. thanks for sharing this one. luck
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/21/2007
Oh Taylor, this is such endearing poetry it uplifts the spirit!
Thank you for sharing somthing to cheer!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/21/2007
Lovely sentiments. Thank you for sharing them, Taylor. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Butch Howard 3/21/2007
I dont' think anyone could have said it more perfectly than Richard. Your capacity for caring about the hapiness and sharing in the joy and good fortune of others reflects a kind and loving heart. I first discovered it when I read "On Failed Parachute." Your kindness and concern for others and your efforts to do something important for other people touched me and at the same time convicted me. I now volunteer at my church to help parents of homeless families find work and put them up while they are on their way up and out of poverty. You set a beautiful example and your words changed my life for the better. These three Senryus are as beautiful as any I have ever read. Knowing that you wrote them to commemorate the blessed gift of a child for your brother and his wife and the reunion of a father and child makes them all the more special. Thank you for sharing this wonderful news with your friends here at AD.
~Butch
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 3/21/2007
:) God is good!
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 3/21/2007
i love good news!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/21/2007
This is truly great news!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by richard cederberg 3/21/2007
Your heart has the ring of pure crystal here Blueberry.

And my chum Andy's description of "priceless princess" is certainly apt, and I concur with his delightful image of you absolutely.

You have done great honor, in spirit and in application, to these little forms dear heart. The fruits in your poetic garden are ripening, and the blossoms are sweet and fragrant. Well done!

Light and Wisdom and Love ...

P.S. ((((((((HUGS)))))))) too!
Reviewed by F William Broome 3/21/2007
This poem contains beauty beyond my words.
Each of us cheer for the three of you.
- Bill
Reviewed by Jeff Mason 3/21/2007
Beautifully thought-provoking. Souls collide in every walk of life. So many similarities seem as mere coincidence and, yet... as your poem evokes such intricate ponderings as: "Can there truly be any such thing as mere coincidence?" And how are the multitude of souls on earth truly 'connected?' And, in the grand scheme, patience is indeed rewarded. We turn and turn and, by turns, we return to the home we dearly know... And sometimes... "home" is not a place, but a state of mind, a person, a friend, a kindred soul. -- Jeff (waxing introspective, I suppose)
Reviewed by Michael Mathieu 3/21/2007
Outstanding news...Congratulations deserved...
Be Well,

Michael
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/21/2007
Taylor,

Patience rewarded, indeed: superb! Congratulations to Lilly and to Andy--they've waited long enough.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Miss Pandora 3/21/2007
This made me think of a quote from John Quincy Adams : "patience and perseverence have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish" ...lovely ku's that reflect well the joy that both so obviously deserve. Pass on my sincere congrats to your sister-in-law ...as for Mr T and Sebastian,...a fitting salute for a man who had to fight something he should never have had to face...but joy at the outcome. You have a big heart Tay. Lovely work. Panda :)
Reviewed by CJ Heck 3/21/2007
Great ku's, Taylor! Yes, patience really does abound! My most sincere congratulations to your sister, Lilly, and of course, to our own Andy as well!
Love,
CJ
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 3/21/2007
This is wonderful news and a wonderful poem.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/21/2007
Wonderful Senryu Odes to both your sister-in-law, and to our own Little Andy Turner! May they both continue to bask in God's love.
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