Perceptive Readers 4o A Prodigal Thought

A Great Subjective Opinion

A Prodigal Thought. An encouraging discussion from the Good Book we have read before, however, a reminder can be refreshing waters.

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Life’s Recreation Some choose to read Others enjoy a good meal to eat. While a fine man appreciates his fine wine to drink

That lady over there sure loves to dance
And she has a special selection of songs not left up to chance

Ah, Life’s Recreation aren’t you glad we can be refreshed winter, spring, summer, and fall.

Good God Some may say, we really do have it all!

Poetry Writers Collaboration

Title: Without WithinAuthors: @POCJL, @Gup_katyusha, @KiBLS

Without Within

As years have gone by, it has become so evident: The difference between what love does with knowledge. And what knowledge does without love.

As centuries have gone by, it has become so evident: The difference between what wisdom does with knowledge. And what knowledge does without wisdom

Ever so confusing lust and love argument Lust is all about intrinsic, primal desires Love is nurturing care, equal

When the personality realizes it can not in essence give without having it within. Then each one will have the understanding heart & motivation to begin

A poem for The Name in You

Trying often to explain
You are a wonderful name

Parents thought about it
Before you were born

Though it was hard to pronounce it would eventually fit like comfy slippers worn

Oh you don’t frivolously give it away
It is a life of eternity made

Take each straight and curved letters few
And match them to life’s work in you

What beauty will appear on the canvases
Only time will tell the tale

That name whether in the public or in private is always on display

What will it show on this day
No matter what don’t haphazardly give it away

Happy your name is when it knows and is you

The forever future is possible as the earth and sea refreshing dew

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