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by Leslie P Garcia

Thursday, August 09, 2007
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From the vaults of childhood...should I admit that?

        Beyond the water, there is always land.

        Even the sea binds;

        And if one cannot always see the shore,

        The shore is always there.

        So it is with emotion:

        Every kindness, every fleeting thought of love--

        And every hatred too--

        Will reach its shore.


        Even if one cannot always see,

        The shore is always there.


                                              Leslie P. Garcia

                                                copyright 2007




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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/14/2007
Indeed, Leslie; even though one might not always like what the tide brings in. Thank you. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Regina Pounds 10/13/2007
Leslie, this is comforting and worth remembering when the storms rage..

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/9/2007
As the tides flow to and fro, so does the love swell in it stillness. Very soothing and peaceful write, very enjoyable....

Be safe,

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