untitled - on purpose)
by Kent Snyder
Tuesday, May 24, 2005
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I originally titled this poem by her first name, Georgia. However, think of yourself, and your name, as the title to this poem since it is directed to you, if you have any depression or crisis in your life.
Whirling of the wind beneath your feet,
Love and joy, not too discreet.
A friend's hope is all I can send,
to bolster your courage until this ends.
A pinch of hope a dash of love,
pounds of friendship and energy from above.
Good thoughts for healing, fast as can be,
I send you all this from little old me.
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|Reviewed by Sandra Mushi
|It's beautiful Kent! Will definitely make someone down smile.
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|Well this was a nice thing to do for someone.|
|Reviewed by June Thompson
|very very sweet- I loved how you sent your words and heart to the reader who "needs it"- it was so nice to read today|