— D.H. Lawrence
I’m not Byron but I, too, have loved a dog.
Lt. Commander Data’s ode to his cat.
Enya’s treatment of a Shaker hymn. I’ve always thought that “Come unto the Lord with a joyful noise” – sounds like something an infinite being would ask for!
Two poems from my pal Deb “DJ” Johnson
A wonderful plaint. Posting inspired by my friend George Seaton’s touching comments about John Guldaman. Amazing lyrics and incredible rendition by Beth Orton.
Thinking about all the loves I’ve had, how our lives twined around each other and how we changed each others path through life.
Tammi introduced me to Rascal Flatts and this song in particular. God does speak to us through music.
Music is so powerful. It crashes through any barrier we put up.
Many people say their mate ‘made them bloom’ – my dear wife Marilyn was much more ambitious. The vines of her work run throughout my life now.
I often hear it said that parents ‘…would give their child the moon and the stars…’ – my father did.
To all of you who have come to ‘sit awhile with me’ when it was the darkest, bless you. Your names are written in my deepest heart, not to be forgotten.
Lovely ode to element 6!
A WWII ballad that is simply amazing. I encourage you to find a recording of it – you’ll treasure it.