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by Richard Lamoureux |
Categories: angst, courage, encouraging, love,

Kimo Therapy

I see you filled with emotional pain
You feel like you are alone
So I will hold your hand

It’s okay, you do not need to explain
I will be here through the hurt
Let me absorb your tears

When you are ready tell me how you feel
My promise is to listen
You are safe here with me.

For Carol Connell’s Kimo Therapy Contest
Written August 5th 2018

Congrats on hosting your first contest Carol. Also thanks for the example.

by reyhan yucebay |
Categories: devotion, emotions, friendship, giggle, life, lonely, philosophy,

reading and Knitting

From childhood adore with love
Penny save to run to bookstore
Reading and knitting all  day 
Eyes  and hands in drop of hill
In hugging  the sea breeze 
Inviting underneath no need to breath
Deep dive to sea as host

When came beneath  in dream
In wet hands hosting pearl of shells
Breeze of the sea escaped white curtains
A new day to wash with sea and sun

Run to bookstore than get  a new canvas

by Lekau Mamabolo |
Categories: desire, hope, miracle, peace,


If miracles were from the trees
I could have picked the only
That could change the world forever
Make it a better site,
For every one of the inhabitants
Bring to an end all evils, and
Catastrophes that trouble the innocents,
Put to a stop era of calamity
That began with arrival of the evil monster,
Feeding on the lost souls,
While intoxicating them with evil appetite,
To cause chaos that cannot be fixed,
As they enjoy hosting dark forces;
So if miracles belonged to the orchard
I would have picked the only one,
That could ennoble everyone around,
Restore love and peace in our midst,
In this world born out of love

by Sadat Khan |
Categories: love

Don't take it seriously

'Honey bunny' --
Here do I cross my heart;
I am confused.

Do I believe?
Do I love?
Do I see through?

But I speak a lot --
Words for words' sake;
Find my capacitated strength
In my literature --
And I enjoy that. 

Not flirting around dear,
Nor hosting a game show,
Nor stripping your 'wet-suit'
To see you in a naked aquarium.

I enjoy words,
Love, life in it.

I engineer  them and mold them
To see me gay in shaping blocks. 

Don't take my words seriously, then
Enjoy that to your heart's content. 

by Jeffrey Spencer |
Categories: family,

Family Love

Family Love Whether I am taking a trip or hosting a stay Because we’re family, I can’t wait And even though, it all seems fine Little subtleties do remind The passive aggressive comments you made Makes me wonder, why you even came Cause, if you really feel that way Then find yourself a new place to stay And if it’s me that visits you I know exactly what I should do I’ll speak my mind; I’ll say my peace But you’re not sure why I had to leave And sure enough, this too will pass And at my expense, we will have a laugh And when, again, we will get together I will pass it off, to not remember Passively © 2017 Jeffrey Spencer

by Chelsea McGInnis |
Categories: love

Devotion Designer

Hosting a bash, the belly butterflies flutter,
From the thought of you, I melt like butter.
Strong willed, outspoken unless my affection,
My retreat if ever eyes should meet in your direction. 

To reveal what I feel, I stand petrified from the fall.
Like a forest, too timid to hear the Timber call.
Heart trapped in the middle of social and destiny game,
Yet, I'm the only one between the two of them to blame.

Past romance all perishable love precedents,
But why should you get blamed from prior antecedents?
Temperature upsurge from feasible pleas able passion merge.

by Mark Beal |
Categories: faith, children, inspirational, life, peace, philosophy, visionarypeople, love, people,

Wind And Dust

Wind And Dust

Even his commandments are greater than we are
and I have heard, "You cannot please God in the flesh"
I think, then we should try and please him in the spirit
and I look around
to see how we try and please him in the spirit
under his vast, bright, blue sky
where people live and people die
and I wonder what is the difference
wind and dust
and how can we love him
when we have trouble loving each other
and how can he love us
when we have trouble loving each other
and we will find what we seek
mostly judgment
or at least it seems to me
and what are we
sisters and brothers of the living breath
hosting thoughts and others
in the flesh

by Lisa Ricci |
Categories: love, romance,

forever bright

"forever bright"

your love showers me with never ending grace
captivating us both with a caressive embrace
may all special hearts know such a light

within this sun I'll savor its warmth and glow
swim will we as we follow the ocean's flow
together seeing the rainbow of all its colors

yesterday you captured me on one bended knee
today I follow you through love's royal blue
tomorrow we'll sit on a porch hosting our torch

as your love showers me let my passion lavish you
see it now and feel it here in everything we do
the sun of day the moon of night are forever bright

SkyWatcher  -  07-18-17

may this day find you all well

by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: allusion,


Truth loiters long 
Can words speak strong?

Faith wanders far
Can words be stars?

Hope transits here
Can words spice cheer?

Love gathers poise
Can words find voice?

Wit wanders well
Can words not tell?

Mind mellows crisp
Can words stride brisk?

Heart hosting health
Can words find wealth?

Soul welcomes bliss
Can words fund ease?

Light lingers late
Can words sculpt fate?

Leon Enriquez
25 June 2018
Hamlet Place, ACT

by Anais vionet |
Categories: for teens, humor, humorous, jobs, sexy, teen, teen love,

love's positions

I'm love’s iPad ready for an embrace.
Steve Jobs got credit for the touch interface
But mine's up and running with all the updates
I'm love's police regulating the pace
"you took that curve a little fast - this isn't a race."
I'm love's surveyor drawing the lines
"the pilgrims want to explore a new area this time."
I'm love's conductor - whew - hear the engine whine
"A tourist wants the tunnel - he's ready and primed."
I'm love's waitress
"sir, that's not on the menu."
Love's entrepreneur hosting the venue
I'm love’s umpire right there in your face…
"sorry pal, but you’re out at second base!"