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Love Poems About Sullivan or Sullivan Love Poems
by Jessica L. Sparks |
Categories: grief, i love you, missing you, mother daughter,

My Mom My Angel

I look up high and see a bright star,
That must be my angel  
Yes shes a star,
Mom I bet , its so beautiful living 
In a castle up in the sky,
My mommy is an angel ,
I wish I could see her fly,
when sum days are hard ,

And reality sets in ,
I breakdown and cry ,
then I see a sparkle and really 
caught 
my eye
Thats when it all made sense ,
I got comfort , from the bright star 
way up high
Thats my mommy , shes an angel , 
sitting on the sky
The brightest star,
I love u mom , and think of u no 
matter how far
U are ....
I can c u watching down on me , 
Where ever u are...

In loving memory of my mom 
Pamela Sullivan -Sheets


by charles hice |
Categories: history, imagination, life, love, mystery,

Helen Keller: The Miracle Continues

Helen Keller: The Miracle Continues was initially telecast as part of the 
syndicated Operation Prime Time package in 1984. ~ Hal Erickson As Annie 
Sullivan and Helen Keller, Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke could not have been 
better. The battle of wills and wits between the two is engrossing, becoming 
quite involved and very interesting. The lengthy dining room struggle alone would 
make any movie worth watching - it is worthwhile even beyond the interesting 
action itself, as it brings out aspects of human nature and human learning that 
go beyond even Helen's own trials. 


by Amanda Sullivan |
Categories: fear, life,

Life's challenges

I am Amanda sullivan

who needs peace and creativity,

who loves her son unconditionally,

who sees failure, but also positivity and gain,

who hates bullying, and deceitful relationships,

who fears a life alone, devoid of love and friendship,

who dreams of wealth, happiness, and a life by the sea.

by myia smith |
Categories: love,

Portrait of a woman

Portrait of a Woman



She can love ya so deep

Give more of herself

Give you everything

Hold you down be

Be the back bone stone of soul

Portrait of a woman

Portrait of a woman

She a carrys herself with a pride

Love can love you but no itself

I cherish you

I love you

Portrait of woman

Inner beautiful like a rose

That grew from a concrete

Stands so strong

So I am looking for my woman

Woman I love you

Close to my heart than anything.


By Myia Sullivan





 



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by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: nostalgia,

My 1960's Acrostic

T	The Beatles and the Monkeys are here
H	Hippies are spreading free love and good cheer
E	Everyone recognizes the yellow happy face

S	Signing up for the draft is a must
I 	I am so relieved my man is not sent to Viet Nam
X	X-rated motorcycle movies are not rated yet
T	There is a long hair revolt for both sexes
I	It is anyone’s guess how corrupt this will make us
E	Everyone’s child seems to be pushing away
S	Serious TV watching is here to stay. Elvis, Bonanza, Ed Sullivan, UnderDog

by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: nostalgia,

When Did It All Start

Go go boots
Made for walking
Nancy Sinatra
60’s fodder
Rock’N Roll
Jazz
The Blues
Diana Ross and the Supremes
Elvis and Ann Margaret
Ed Sullivan
The Beatles
Twiggy
Mini-skirts
Johnny Cash
The Grand Ole’ Opry
Underdog
Polly Pure Bred
I Love Lucy
Leave it to Beaver
Bonanza
This may have been when all of this video stuff started.

by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

In Person

James Horn

He will be here tomorrow at 1030 to check out my shower. 
Jim
4:03 PM (2 hours ago)

Patricia A Sullivan
 
6:10 PM (15 minutes ago)

to me 

He's a great guy tell him his Riversea Mom sends her love?   
Pat

Sent from my iPad

James Horn  
6:27 PM (0 minutes ago)

to Patricia 

Don't have his email address but will tell him in person.
I better start rehearsing.

Jim

by Line Gauthier |
Categories: nostalgia,

RABBIT EARS



Black and white television set
First one in the neighborhood
Rabbit ears adjusting the reception
Rotated dial to change channels
Kiddie cartoons and Roy Rogers
Weekly ritual of Saturday mornings
Much talked about Sunday nights
Ed Sullivan his prestigious guests
Staying up past our bedtime
Honeymooners and I Love Lucy



posted on March 9, 2020

by Jeff Connelly |
Categories: muse,

what i mean

put
an eye
patch over
one eye so

i can 
see for
clearly you
can't

see me
beeeee
cause.......

i'm a potential analytical anomaly
that's something that you should
agree but arguably a fantastically
fantasmical phenomenonally that

(breathe in)

statistically is sexually unacceptable
unspeakable unspeakably but never
mind that none of these despicably
describes me or even to a tee

(breathe in)

Gilbert and Sullivan please son of
please leave me though i love thee
but i have to watch my sanity and
stability and dear oh dear me