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Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: faith, hope, inspirational, love,

Kindness - The Anaphora

~Kindness~
(Anaphora)


Kindness is to show you care in any way
Kindness is giving something unselfishly
Kindness is to show respect to anyone we meet or know
Kindness is showing compassion when someone needs it to
Kindness is giving a sincere smile
Kindness is loving and caring for others
Kindness is saying a kind word or two
Kindness is being nice to each other
Kindness is not being rude to anyone
Kindness is spreading God's love to all.



Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
copyright@2011


October.27.2015



Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: christmas, love, people,

DEEDS OF KINDNESS





                   A thousand prayers, may lead someone to

                                 The gates of salvation

                                              But

                His deeds of kindness, towards the unfortunate,

                       Are those that the gates would open! 





© Demetrios Trifiatis
   19 December 2015


Poem Details | by Robert Sebastian |
Categories: death, dedication, depression, life, loss, lost love, love, sad, sympathyhate,

Don't Take My Kindness For Granted

You think that you know me
But you don't know at all
Every day you say your sorry
After that I fall
I hate it when you lie
You think your doing good
When all you cause is pain
Just tell me that you hate me
So my life won't be in vein...


Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: faith, hope, inspirational, love,

Kindness Is - The Anaphora Style

~Kindness Is...~
(Anaphora)


Kindness is to show you care in any way
Kindness is giving something unselfishly
Kindness is to show respect to anyone we meet or know
Kindness is showing compassion when someone needs it to
Kindness is giving a sincere smile
Kindness is truly  loving and caring for others
Kindness is saying a kind word or two
Kindness is being nice to each other
Kindness is not being rude to anyone
Kindness is spreading God's love to all.


Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
copyright@2011


December.29.2015



~Author's Notes: 

The Anaphora form or style is...

In writing or speech, the deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence in order to achieve an artistic effect is known as Anaphora

Anaphora, possibly the oldest literary device, has its roots in Biblical Psalms used to emphasize certain words or phrasesGradually, Elizabethan and Romantic writers brought this device into practiceExamine the following psalm:

“O LORD, rebuke me not in thine anger, neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure.
 Have mercy upon me, O LORD; for I am weak: O LORD, heal me; for my bones are vexed.
 My soul is also sore vexed: but thou, O LORD, how long?”

The repetition of the phrase “O Lord,” attempts to create a spiritual sentimentThis is anaphora.

The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses.


The Anaphora is unrhymed but they can be rhymed tooIt is all up to the poet.








Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: abuse, culture, love, youth,

DO A DEED OF KINDNESS

Who expects to do a deed of kindness...
doesn't it happen unexpectedly?
Late this afternoon strolling down wide streets
with blooming oaks that smelled heavenly,
I helped a blind woman cross an intersection where kids
race on motorbikes with earphones plugged in their ears
Teens blasting music laughed hysterically at her who's of advanced age,
and screaming they insulted her " Stay home, old fart...don't walk.
by yourself, many crazy boys will run you over and not look'! "
" Shout your foolish mouths! " I fetched words of rage.
" Has any of you done a deed of kindness today? Even the smallest one can make
you proud to have a golden heart! " Listen to this guy! Nice people suck! "
The tallest and scruffiest one said giving me the finger" Wait until I am finished,
then you wish you had never made that sick remark! "
My voice raised and thundered rising eyebrows in the busy park,
" Do a deed of kindness today, help others in need and be blessed! " 
Lots of folks cheered and approached me while the punks ran off,
" They are trouble makers and they think they are so tough! "   


Copyright ( c ) 2015 by Andrew Crisci


Poem Details | by Andy Craig |
Categories: drink, faith, giving, heart, inspiration, love, silver,

The kindness of a stranger

Sitting on the bus with a
thirstMy little girl asking
me for a drink, yet I have
nothing to give.

A kind
stranger over hearsAn old
lady with silvery grey hair.
She taps my daughter on the
shoulder with a bottle of spring
water

It is a lesson learned, giving
from the heartSometimes you do
not need to look farThe human
touch can still spill from the heart
with love, meaning so much.

My faith has
increased from that encounter, that
minute in the hourWith an old
silvery grey haired lady on the bus.


Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: angel, beautiful, beauty, celebrity, dedication, love, remember,

Her Kindness - Rondine

~Her Kindness~ (A Rondine) Her kindness just touched all people on Earth Her beguile smile could light up a whole room She loved everyone we all did assume Much loved from the first moment of her birth More than we knew then she was by all worth Were all much mistaken with her wedded groom Her kindness just touched Much loved from the first moment of her birth Her life was cut so short, most tragic doom My eyes fill with tears when I see her tomb Remember always her beauty and mirth Her kindness just touched Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2012 January.27.2015


Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: faith, hope, inspiration, love,

Kindness - The Anaphora Style

~Kindness  Is.. ~
(Anaphora)


Kindness is to show you care in any way
Kindness is giving something unselfishly
Kindness is truly loving and caring for others
Kindness is to show respect to anyone we meet or know
Kindness is showing compassion when someone needs it to
Kindness is giving a sincere smile
Kindness is saying a kind word or two
Kindness is being nice to each other
Kindness is not being rude to anyone
Kindness is spreading God's love  to all in this world.


Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
copyright@2011


January.08.2017


So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.
1 Corinthians 13:13 (NIV)

-“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.
John 3:16 (NIV)

- Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer
Romans 12: 12 ( NIV )

-The Lord will fight for you, and you have only to be silent.”
 Exodus  14: 13  ( NIV )


~Author's Notes:

"The Anaphora" poetry form or style in writing or speech, is the deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence in order to achieve an artistic effect.


“Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” 
- Mark Twain 



Poem Details | by Gholamreza Zarban |
Categories: emotions, life, sad love,

Wall of Kindness

on me
h
a
n
g
your wounds!


Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: faith, hope, inspirational, love,

Kindness - The Anaphora style

~Kindness~
(Anaphora)


Kindness is to show you care in any way.
Kindness is giving something unselfishly.
Kindness is to show respect to anyone we meet or know.
Kindness is showing compassion when someone needs it to.
Kindness is giving a sincere smile.
Kindness is truly loving and caring for others.
Kindness is saying a kind word or two.
Kindness is being nice to each other.
Kindness is not being rude to anyone.
Kindness is spreading God's love to all.



Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
copyright@2011


March.04.2016


Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: faith, hope, inspirational, love,

Kindness - The Anaphora Style

~Kindness~
(Anaphora)


Kindness is to show you care in any way.
Kindness is giving something unselfishly.
Kindness is to show respect to anyone we meet or know.
Kindness is showing compassion when someone needs it to.
Kindness is giving a sincere smile.
Kindness is caring for others.
Kindness is saying a kind word or two.
Kindness is being nice to each other.
Kindness is not being rude to anyone.
Kindness is spreading God's love to all.



Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
copyright@2011


November.30.2015



~Author's Notes:


~The Anaphora ~


In writing or speech, the deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence in order to achieve an artistic effect is known as Anaphora.

Anaphora, possibly the oldest literary device, has its roots in Biblical Psalms used to emphasize certain words or phrasesGradually, Elizabethan and Romantic writers brought this device into practiceExamine the following psalm:

“O LORD, rebuke me not in thine anger, neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure.
 Have mercy upon me, O LORD; for I am weak: O LORD, heal me; for my bones are vexed.
 My soul is also sore vexed: but thou, O LORD, how long?”

The repetition of the phrase “O Lord,” attempts to create a spiritual sentimentThis is anaphora.

It is common for us to use anaphora in our everyday speech to lay emphasis on the idea we want to convey or for self affirmation



Poem Details | by Moon Flower |
Categories: bible, death, encouraging, inspirational, love, religion, integrity,

Kindness and Afterlife

Spreading the good news
Spreading the kindness
Kindness keeps spreading
Kindness heals rascals
Rascals were lying
Rascals and the pope
Pope and Cardinals
Pope re-entered Rome
Rome the papal territory
Rome the city of roman religion
Religion has no office hours
Religion as a set of an ‘unseen’ being
Being a light to others
Being Christian is more than being good
Good name as a personal integrity
Good progress that grows hopeful
Hopeful to have time for others
Hopeful for the kind of love
Love of God and love of neighbor
Love is patient
Patient means being peaceful
Patient means being merciful
Merciful and being considerate
Merciful God
God hides inside you
God as the Holy Spirit
Holy Spirit is God’s power in action
Holy Spirit has nine fruits
Fruits of gentleness
Fruits of faithfulness
Faithfulness being “divine persuasion”
Faithfulness means commitment
Commitment requires faithfulness
Commitment requires self-sacrifice
Self-sacrifice is an altruistic abstinence
Self-sacrifice is akin to self-denial
Self-denial is also self-abnegation
Self-denial leads to self-improvement
Self-improvement must remove old habits
Self-improvement in Christianity
Christianity as a religion based on beliefs
Christianity based on the teachings of Jesus
Jesus chose to suffer on the cross
Jesus ascended to heaven
Heaven as the throne of God and the holy angels
Heaven as the abode for the righteous dead in the afterlife
Afterlife as a contrast to the belief in “oblivion after death”
Afterlife as a continuation of existence in a spiritual realm
Realm…
Death…

05.28.16


Poem Details | by david moananu |
Categories: caregiving

kindness,happiness,peace,hope,charity and love

 to show love and kindness to a person heart,to show happiness in a person's life.
to always remember that there's someone to catch you fall.to live a kind and gentle life.
to always show peace and happiness.kindness charity and hope?that's all we need in our life


Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: death, evil, life, love, nature, spiritual,

Nature's Controversial Kindness

Taoist Elders have spoken--
and who could natural spirits be
to rewrite cooperative history--
nature, and therefore spirit, does not favor kindness.

Christian Elders
more recently issue citations
to this Problem of Evil
incommensurabe with Father's Loving Powers.

Dark issues,
these evils and unkindnesses,
untimely deaths and dark angry dissonance
recycling fear as fear itself.

Hunting hurricanes and stalking tsunamis
or a smaller issue of, 
"I did not see that big red truck coming"
because I was investing elsewhere,
in more internal rumblings.

Yet if evolution has no regenerative morality,
no eco-normic of sustaining health,
then what do we call devolution?
If contentiousness has no real-time content,
then what is this currency called contentment?
If living healthy wealth has no loving synergetic bias,
then what is pathology,
and evil,
and irrationality,
and unkind lack of mindfulness,
and loveliness?

If Ego's anthro-centric view of nature's kindness,
then NatureGod's normative and moral ecological regenerative view
of monoculturally competitive human-disnatured absence,
voiding,
decomposing,
deathing,
fearing,
angrifying
or merely ruminating sad lack of polyculturally balancing kindness,
within as without as within...as below as above...as before as after...

Repeat, reiterate, reconnect, remember, religion as necessary.
Taoism evolves primally co-arising NatureYang as SpiritYin,
both-and, never perfectly either-or, always both kind and unkind potentiating,
If kindness is YangPositive
then absence of kindness, unkindness,
is notnot kindness YinYet echo-balancing YinStill,
transparently bilateral nature as spirit of nature's dynamic spirit,
never one without the other, nondual co-arising,
bilateral appositionals co-gravitating EcoPresent Contenting Now.

Absence of loving kindness
emerges dualdark anger-fear EgoNature/EcoSpirit
cospiraling SelfAbsorption.

If good karma is kinder than unkind
then isn't bad karma unkinder than kind
mutual regard of your left with right mindbody?
We speak of natural ecosystems in physical space
as our Elder right mindbody sees spiritual metasystemic relationships
transactions of co-empathic communication
both healthy-kind and pathology-unkind,
nondually, yet incarnationally, emerging now,
kind nature's default 
for notnot GreatSpirit's kind resonantly echoing absence
of FullGraced Karma.


Poem Details | by John Hamilton |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, best friend, for her, husband, love, wife,

The kindness in your eyes

I've never seen anything,
so beautiful,
Anyone, anywhere,
so wonderful.
It's taken me a while ,but,
I finally realize,
that,
the beauty that I see,
is the kindness,in your eyes.

Looks may be deceiving
and beauty, evanescent,
but,
The kindness in your eyes,
is,ever present.

Your smile is
mesmerizing,
I'm entranced, by,
your perception
but,
the kindness in your eyes,
is your loves reflection.

John Derek Hamilton  October 16,2015


Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: faith, hope, inspirational, love,

Kindness Is - The Anaphora Style

~Kindness  Is.. ~
(Anaphora)


Kindness is to show you care in any way.
Kindness is giving something unselfishly.
Kindness is to show respect to anyone we meet or know.
Kindness is showing compassion when someone needs it to.
Kindness is giving a sincere smile.
Kindness is truly loving and caring for others.
Kindness is saying a kind word or two.
Kindness is being nice to each other.
Kindness is not being rude to anyone.
Kindness is spreading God's love to all.



Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
copyright@2011




June.08.2016




~Author's Notes:


The Anaphora poetry form or style in writing or speech, is the deliberate repetition of the first part of the sentence in order to achieve an artistic effect.






Poem Details | by Matthew Brackley |
Categories: imagination, inspirational, life, love, uplifting, blue, love, me,

THE BOOK OF KINDNESS AND LOVE

THE BOOK OF KINDNESS AND LOVE 

In the Queens' cloisters 
Lay a book 
A Book called Kindness and Love 
The greatest of them all 
For you cannot have Truth ,without kindness 
For you cannot have The Wise Way ,without love 

Such a book 
Resting on blue velvet 
Each page..
Beaten gold 
Letters of jet 

This was a book 
More beautiful than the sky 
More magnificent then a castle 
Touched by a Heartstone 
Passed on by a hundred Queens 
A book , to learn by 

A page turned 
A new verse learned 
Pages turned for centuries 
Yet the book never ends 
Deep inside the message wends 
Kindness and Love 

I traced a verse, 
with a finger 
A strange warmth 
Whispered words 
Filled me 
Love too 
This is not magic 
It is love 
Felt by me 
Felt by you 

A Book of coloured sunsets 
Held in trust by the Queens 
On blue velvet 
A Book called Kindness and Love 
The greatest of them all 
For, you cannot have Truth, without kindness 
For, you cannot have the Wise Way, without love 


Poem Details | by robin davis |
Categories: how i feel, longing, love,

Your Kindness Is Nothing Less Than Perfect

My breathing's heavy and fast
I want it to always last
This feeling that I have
Is taking over me and grabs
My heart every day and night
When you are in my eyes sight
Emotions start to explode
Leading me way down a road
That ends with you close and near
But your not even aware
This mood and reaction
Is because of your compassion
That I notice every time
Someones day begins to shine
When you lend a helping hand
Picking them up when they land
Very hard from bad distress
Lifting them up from this mess
Doing it unselfishly
Setting pain and heartache free
Your aura surrounds my soul
And it's taken quite a toll
On me from the very start
And it's getting me so hot



Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: judgement, love, people,

ACTS OF KINDNESS







Every single act of kindness we perform to our defense will come the day of our judgment!






(c) Demetrios Trifiatis
      11 October 2016


Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: forgiveness, love,

Showing Mercy Is Kindness

A tiny grudge can 
grow into rage and make one
very merciless.

To feel peace inside:
one must allow forgiveness
replace unkindness.

Turn around and shake
the hand of your enemy,
undo the vile act.

Who is loved by God:
the hater or forgiver?
Be that one and love.

Selfishness is an
unholy act, but showing 
mercy is kindness.


Written on 8/19/2016


Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: child, girl, life, love, sea, summer,

HER KINDNESS IS A LOVE THAT WLL SAVE ANY LIFE

That barefoot girl runs on the smooth, red sand as a gazelle in the wild,
she hears terrifying screams coming from the shore while the surf arises:
is somebody about to drown? There are no safeguards
watching from their posts, it's after closing time!
Her pale face shows panic, but is that her child?
There are some people on the beach, the Seaside's distant bells chime...
hardly anyone had paid attention to the peaceful surroundings
being occupied with their thoughts of contemplation on dreams; 
seagulls gathered on rocks, take flight seeing her coming:
she starts shouting, " Call an ambulance! The child is drowning! "
Everybody realizes the seriousness of the matter,
and as if in an act of prayer, their gaze wanders far...
reaching the fearless swimmer fighting off waves, searching hard;
and with great stamina and strong will of mind, she will not be afraid!
Her kindness is a love that will save any life experiencing extreme dire;
it's the most difficult challenge she faces and will remember a lifetime!


Entered  in Eve Roper's contest,
" Oil Paintings 4 & 5 "
My Pick: Oil Painting # 2






 


Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: blessing, destiny, earth, gospel, health, love, paradise,

Conspiracies of Kindness

Pronoia's Paradise of CoEmpathic Trust
is what happens in
and on
and as a holonic soul of 
Earth
when we expect,
anticipate,
the absence of Business As Usual (BAU) Paranoia.

Paranoia is the mutual suffering in fear
and concomitant chronic anger management
and ambivalent self-hatred
of LeftBrain dominant
anthrocentric-languaged enculturation,
non-expectation,
absence of active RightBrain agapic love
for Pronoia,
an EarthTribe originally intended
with co-empathic political, economic,
as ecologically bilateral trust.

EarthTribe's Pronoia Cooperative
conducting relationships and transactions of Basic Trust Attendance,
as empathic faith anticipated within mental health itself,
the Positive Psychology progenitor of Gratitude.

Gratitude for Earth's kindness
is the belief/feeling medicine,
Moose/Owl Medicine,
for arriving in Pronoia internal paradise.

The larger landscaped challenge for us
is how to arrive in Beloved Communities of Pronoia Paradise,
Basic Trust Cooperatives (BAC),
rather than continuing on so much with BAU,
monopolistic anti-trusts.

For this,
we would best Pay-Gratitude-Forward,
actively love the positives you can hunt and gather today,
plant and harvest for tomorrow,
to starve the BAU negative cultural weeds
of competing Paranoias in yourself,
as in Other.

Both states of becoming are highly co-empathic,
and therefore autonomically contagious,
but paranoia feeds on anger, fear, and hate,
while pronoia feeds on good humor, beauty, and co-empathic ecologic,
(0)-balanced dipolar co-arising political/economic trust,
anticipation of pregnant Earth's richly fertile,
fluid,
nearly timelessly reincarnating possibilities
for even further polypathic integrity
of becoming
evolving TaoTime OurSelves.

So let us say Grace together
by sharing our complex responses
to "Who are you?"
List your magical powers
and scratches and dents of suffering character,
lost opportunities to have become someone else,
comprising who you are so far,
your conjoining toward this climatic time and place
of co-celebrating grace
you bring to us,
and we bring to you,
this banquet of mutually pronoiac feeding
on who we are becoming 
gracious nutrients,
this meal of pronoiac communing on grace ourselves
and what grace has brought to this table
this day,
this now,
this incarnation of co-empathic divinely gorgeous trust
in Earth's fertile conspiracies of kindness.


Poem Details | by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser |
Categories: character, inspiration, life, love,

KINDNESS SQUEEZE

KINDNESS SQUEEZE Evolving darkness cocoons Mother Earth Apathy¬ rampant chronic mob disease; Still, I believe etch to flesh a kindness worth. An embryos growth waiting ¬ needing ease. Sun rays choir with wind conceives hope that seize, Beckons me, I smile to cheer the world in need. Sprinkling a wilted plant waving back rebirth. Nameless, unremembered kindness is love seed... One leisure walk inside boulevard girth, I say hello to someone named Louise, Who ask the beautiful spots here in Perth. Louise says: "It's my first time overseas..." Conversing slow under cool autumn breeze. I slowly strew breadcrumbs, I brought, to feed Flocks of hungry teased birds from seven seas Nameless, unremembered kindness is love seed... Offering calls if she needs anything as I set forth. I jog while extending my hands and knees. Heading then to my home near highway North, I stop, thank God, for the rainbow quilt from trees. for my niece, I bought the best bagel with cheese. Not her birthday but because she's nice indeed! Light ¬dark; good ¬bad her patience a trapeze. Nameless, unremembered kindness is love seed.. Locked ~ drooping hearts balm is a kindness squeeze. Tieing strangers shoelace, a kindness head deed. Sharing a meal with a beggar without fees. Nameless, unremembered kindness is love seed... (c)Olive Eloisa 5:20 PM July 13, 2014


Poem Details | by Jim Pemberton |
Categories: confusion, dedication, devotion, faith, forgiveness, friendship, hope, inspirational, life, love, peace, people, recovery from..., religion, social, uplifting, drink, love,

God's Loving Kindness





God’s Loving Kindness


God’s loving kindness is sweeter
 than life itself!
I know I have experienced it myself!

The life-changing love he gives is divine!
It has cleansed me within and
 renewed my mind!

The joy that he gives is never-ending!
It is true and sincere 
There is no pretending!

I’m so thankful that God really loves me.
If not for him… I don’t know 
where I would be!

Won’t you drink of his fountain of love today?
And listen to the words he has to say!

“Whosoever will…  
Let him drink and freely come.”
Have fellowship with Christ…  
God’s risen son!

The opportunity is here 
It may not be for long.
Into his loving arms of mercy,
is where YOU belong!

By Jim Pemberton   


Poem Details | by Tahera Mannan |
Categories: life, love,

Small kindness

Hugs and kisses
Such a small thing
Hugs and kisses
Never a smile it misses
Many a king has died for this very thing
Such a deep pleasure it brings
Hugs and kisses
10/12/12

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Poem Details | by Troy Jeremy Nelson |
Categories: angst, imagination, introspection, life, visionary, world, love,

Killing with kindness- the road to temptation

When a man
hates the world soo much
and it is publicly known....

Isn't it society
whose job it is
to kill the demon with kindness?

charity
and parties
and gifts
and happy smiling we love yous

Whean a man hates the world soo much
it is public knowledge
doesn't that mean he hates himself
so therefore killing him with kindness is like torture
and the greatest act of kindness is allowing him to do something kind for 
someone else
even if it is himself?

Look at Marilyn manson
Look at Aleister Crowley
look at Ozzy osbourne
did we kill them with kindness
Britney spears
did she do it again?

when someone hates themselves or the world 
and it is publicly known
is it societies job to kill them with kindness and how so?

potlucks?
surprise holidays?
ceremonies?
serenading?
and alas when they realize they have become the joke!
the joke where they plan to fail

when a man publicly hates the world
and knowledge of you killing with kindness is publicly known
who throws the first stone?

here i be dressed in suicide
dancing in the mud on valentines day asking why don't you love me?


Poem Details | by Poetryof Providence |
Categories: dedication, devotion, faith, forgiveness, happiness, hope, inspirational, introspection, life, love, passion, philosophy, religion, visionary, me, me,

Undeserved Kindness

How tenderly you cared for me
when you found me broken on the road
did lift me up gave me your own cup
removed from me my heavy load
 
You dressed my wounds with healing balm
every injury you sought repair
I do not think I'd be alive today
without your love and finest care
 
You took me in to your own home
every hurt did you seek to ease
a lifetime of their damage done
the bruise and cuts of the abusive
 
All the words that struck like whips
not a place on me untouched
I cower and cringe like an animal
back against the wall I've clutched
 
When I cried you sat by my side
gently held me in your embrace
your patience here coaxed my fear
till I could look you in the face
 
I would follow you where 'ere you go
just to hear the kindness of your voice
where you live I will make my home
there to learn your ways my choice
 
To lay in pain was deaths refrain
but instilled a desire to life
but promised me that I would see
a world where lived no strife
 
So in my mind I'm no longer blind
you will achieve this reality
for I know if I live like you
a life in paradise will be
 
For all the wrong you sought to heal
for within the joy of heart I feel
I cried when I saw a body malformed
the ridicule of the mean those they scorned
 
You were hard of hearing could barely see
but the schoolyard kids laughed heartily
so many places for lessons to learn
but only yourself was your concern
 
It was long ago I left you behind
to pursue and learn the gentle mind
no interest have I to follow the crowd
of the livin' large and out loud 
 
Luke 10:
30 In reply Jesus said: “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he was attacked by robbersThey stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead31 A priest happened to be going down the same road, and when he saw the man, he passed by on the other side32 So too, a Levite, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side33 But a Samaritan, as he traveled, came where the man was; and when he saw him, he took pity on him34 He went to him and bandaged his wounds, pouring on oil and wineThen he put the man on his own donkey, brought him to an inn and took care of him35 The next day he took out two denarii[e] and gave them to the innkeeper‘Look after him,’ he said, ‘and when I return, I will reimburse you for any extra expense you may have.’
36 “Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of robbers?”
37 The expert in the law replied, “The one who had mercy on him.”
 
 
COPYRIGHT © 2012 C Michael Miller
Via Duboff Law Group LLC


Poem Details | by Leanne Perks |
Categories: epic, friendship, happiness, inspirational, love, passion, people, uplifting, giving, life, love,

Kindness In Action

Kindness is the source of  happiness, Kindness is sweet and pleasant it delights in such
acts of kindly giving and making life satisfying and worth living.

Love is patient and kind, so true kindness is love  wrapped up in generous deeds
A Kind-hearted person is aware of others needs and puts them ahead of self, they
don't do this for any prestige or wealth but genuine kindness is good for well-being
and overall health.

Why should we be kind to others, well it is simple there is more happiness in giving than
in recieving and it brings rich blessings and rewards such as deepening the bonds of 
old friendships and new friendships blossoms as kindness is appealing and draws others to the warm,and kind hearted ones in life they are there to give a helping hand,
they don't leave you to stand alone in this world, Kindness follows everywhere they go andthey will let it show as love and kindness overflows within their hearts.

What is kindness and why do we need it in life, it is love in action, we need it because it is what feeds our minds and hearts with Love and compassion and gives meaning and a feeling of happiness and joy which is a blessing beyond compare, the loyal love and kindness wrapped  with tender care is like a Jewel that is Beautiful and Rare it is the Precious gift that we should always  Cherish and
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Poem Details | by Gordon McConnell |
Categories: christian, love, spiritual,

Show Thy Marvellous Loving Kindness -Psalm 17: 7

let us pray unto our loving Lord
this one who's so full of kindness
such a marvelous thing to know
for we're darkened in our blindness

My gracious God father in heaven
penetrate into my intellect so light
take away all that's just ignorance
put there righteous knowledge so bright

Delicately cut open all my emotions
show your loving kindness into my heart
fill it full of my immense gratitude
may it honour you in no small part

Make my faith even as mustard seed
to grow up into a large oak tree
renew me with your full confidence
so my testimony's real for all to see

In my experience make it all so real
have thy loving kindness so dear
so I be delivered completely from all
that would bring upon me any fear

Thank you O my Lord and king
answer this prayer I do humbly bring
for you have shown such love again
to me a sinner redeemed! Glory amen!

(Shew thy marvellous lovingkindness, O thou that savest by thy right hand them which put their trust in thee from those that rise up against them.' Psalm 17: 7(KJV)

'Show it to my intellect and remove my ignorance,
show it to my heart and receive my gratitude,
show it to my faith and renew my confidence,
show it to my experience and deliver me from all my fears'
C.HSpurgeon - commentary on Psalms 17 v7)


Poem Details | by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: emotions, first love, visionary,

Random acts of kindness



What a curse was this blindness,
Not a single vision of kindness,
Till the day of their first meet,
When he put shoes on her feet,

Thought what a cruel world was this ,
Till he held her hand firmly in his,
Walked along with close embrace,
Could anyone see grace on her face?

Holding her tender fingers and touching braille,
The very start of their friendship or holy grail,
Not an expression in her gazing eyes,
Still he could read her mind very wise,

Distant dream of being a bride,
His intimacy was now her pride,
Why would an eyed marry a blind,
Was it love or he was just being kind ?



Written on 27/7/14
Contest- random act of kindness
Sponsor- Debbie Guzzi