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Looking for Jesus


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If you look for Me at Christmas

You won’t need a special star-

I’m no longer just in Bethlehem,

I’m right there where you are.

You may not be aware of Me

Amid the celebrations-

You’ll have to look beyond the stores

And all the decorations.

But if you take a moment

From your list of things to do

And listen to your heart, you’ll find

I’m waiting there for you.

You’re the one I want to be with,

You’re the reason that I came,

And you’ll find Me in the stillness

As I’m whispering your name.

Love, Jesus

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Merry Christmas, dear Blogging Friends.
May your day be filled with
love, hugs, and opportunities
to reflect on the real Reason for the Season.

Challenging Poetry


Thank you, Abigail Gronway for sharing on your

Blog: Dark Side of the Moon, this poetry idea:

Scansion – a Than Bauk

This Burmese form is shorter than the haiku, but more structured.
It is written in three lines, with four syllables per line and a descending step rhyme:
XXXA
XXAX
XAXX

Government hype:

Crazy type news.

Let’s gripe loudly!

?!!!! 420,000 government workers – working without pay?!!!!

Wake up, America!

Shortest Day


Tomorrow is December 21, 2018

Winter Solstice

It’s the longest cold night of the year.

All the stars are a’peepin’

And folks are a’keepin’

Their lights on o’er here.

It’s the Winter Solstice tonight.

All the folks are surprised by

The moon as it shines by

At 4:00 pm clear.

It’s the shortest day of the year.

It’s the Winter Solstice, my dear.

Daisy Chain


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I am going to try my hand at this Scansion shared by Abigail Gronway on her
WordPress Blog: Dark Side of the Moon

Daisy Chain
Created by George Ellison
The Daisy Chain may contain any number of lines.
The last word of each line becomes the first word of the next line.
Finally, the last word of the last line is the same as the first word of the first line, completing the chain.
Like the Wreath, the Daisy Chain requires no meter, rhyme, or mandated line or stanza length.

Abigail added, “I threw in a little twist of my own: a poem within a poem. The first word of each line can be read together to give the theme of the whole.” That REALLY makes it challenging! Try it!!  Here’s mine:

CHAIN OF DAISIES

Daisies are a little like angels.

Angels with a certain white flair are…

Are an invitation to serenity.

Serenity with a heart of golden yellow.

Yellow gold at the core.

Core of gold is a gift from our Father in Heaven.

Heaven is where serenity lives always.

Always seek that peace in your imagination.

Imagination can be real now –

Now that you’ve see the chain of daisies!

Beautiful Sunrise


Beautiful sunrise

Greeting from our Creator

Good morning, dear ones!

We love our Pets


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Our pets are a part
Of the center of our heart
We love them in a way
That only pet-owners can say.

We talk to them in words
That seem to others quite absurd.
And spoil them with treats,
Adding to their food cheese and meats.

HappyTazE

Happy TazE

Their smiles make us smile
And we walk with them a mile
In freezing weather and snow
To keep them healthy, you know?

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We picture them as family
Part of the kids for you and me –
And know their presence is a treat
Bringing joy to all they meet.

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So in this Christmas time of year
I’m sending greeting from over here
To help you know – no need to guess –
.Why we love our pets!

Bay Area Rapid Transit


Riding the BART

That is our son there

Leaning endearingly on

His wife, Monika.
.

Not a simple ride –

It is a happy BART train

Headed for ‘Frisco

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Doesn’t it look like

A day in San Francisco

Would be quite a blast?

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Wait for me, dear ones.

I just want to come along –

Oh, for this one day.

 

Christmas shopping in

That beautiful place

Sounds like Paradise.

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But maybe I should

Spend my money locally.

That’s what merchants say.

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Is your shopping done?

I have barely just begun.

What gift do you want?

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