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Words I love


These are some of the words I truly love:

There’s gorgeous, grandiose, and green

then there’s soothe, silly, and savvy

and of course, omnipotent, and magnanimous

along with mini and mania,

but best of all are verbs

like kiss, kissing, and kissed.

These words I will forever miss.

Floating Kisses

What are your favorite words?

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The Words I Love #2


These are some of the words I truly love:

There’s gorgeous, grandiose, and green

then there’s soothe, silly, and savvy

and of course, omnipotent, and magnanimous

along with mini and mania,

but best of all are verbs

like kiss, kissing, and kissed.

These words I will forever miss.

Since this first poem I have added some more words I love.

 

There’s lenience, tolerance, and mercy

attention, expectation, phenomenon

unity, diversity, and harmony

humility, reverence and respect

but the best are verbs and acts of kindness

like love, loving, inspiring, and unifying

giving, caring, and keep

I deeply hope you got my gist

Let us stand up and help love persist.

Why I Write II


I think about this all the time but sometimes I need to write it down.

 

Why I Write …

I write because

What I write connects me

to my feelings

Words I would never utter

or dare to say out loud

appear

and they look at me straight in the face

I write because it helps me to relax

and play with the new words on the block

I write because I see the possibilities

I could not see before

I write because I think I might help someone else

feel better about themselves

I write because

a small voice tells me

I was meant to be a poet

and I begin to believe

it might be true.

 

 

Why do you write? I would love to read your comments.

 

Paradise of words

“Occasionally I am reminded that perhaps I should write a poem.”


 

“Occasionally I am reminded that perhaps I should write a poem.” This statement prefaced a poem written by my daughter in an email she sent the other day. She has been writing poems since she was quite young.  I want to share it with you.

 

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Words with others like it

to clear the mind and feed the rest.

Words hidden under a cloak of deception

yearning to be misread.

Words as simple as a flower’s petals

which bend over the anxiety of being so beautiful.

Words which help find meaning in the wells of uncertainty

as profound as an older man

delicately unfolding his morning paper.

 

A smile without the effort that stains it.

A poem like so many before it.

Word Press Bloggers Quotes of the Week


 

Word Press Bloggers Quotes of the Week

“When it comes to books and their movie adaptations, I’m with the “Books are Better” team.”
From: http://zenscribbles.wordpress.com/   –  IN WHICH THE AUTHOR RANTS, RAMBLES AND SOMETIMES MAKES SENSE

This blog offers some food for thought. 

 

 

 

“If an email is entitled to Constitutional protection but an unavailable Tweet is not, what exactly is the dividing line that will allow citizens to understand when the Constitution protects their communications?”

 

 

 

 

From: http://somelaw.wordpress.com/2012/08/29/if-you-tell-140-million-people-something-is-that-private/

 

Photo by Melba Christie

“Science can definitely be humanised – whether that is in the anthropomorphic sense, or just in terms of the relevance of an abstract concept to human life. But can science be expressed in a further abstracted form – as art? Science is already abstracted from what we can perceive (as is art), so combining the two implies a double layer of abstraction.”

It is amazing how art illustrates science and science is so artful. This blog has a very interesting perspective.

From: http://anatomyofstory.wordpress.com/2012/08/31/science-and-art/

 

 

From: Zen Habits Blog

“Be present. For some reason, this extremely important skill is never taught to us when
we’re kids. In truth, the younger we are, the more natural this skill is. As we get older, we
start thinking about the future and the past, and the present seems to slip away from us.
Some skills for living in the present would go a long way.”

 

 

 

 

Photo by Melba Christie

 

From: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/nov/03/creative-writing-better-pen-longhand

“I find that writing longhand I can enter a zone of comfort I find hard to achieve when sitting in front of a screen – I find typing annoying, if I’m honest, not the mechanics of it, but the sound.”

 

 

Dear Bloggers,

I am reading many blogs these days. I have come across some fabulous writing and some very soothing poetry. I love science and enjoy finding out about the mysteries of nature. Thank you all for your gifts of thoughts and insight.  I will keep reading and quoting. 

I want to thank those of you who sent me comments and are following me.

Happy Blogging!

Melba Christie

 

 

 

 

Words I love


These are some of the words I truly love:

There’s gorgeous, grandiose, and green

then there’s soothe, silly, and savvy

and of course, omnipotent, and magnanimous

along with mini and mania,

but best of all are verbs

like kiss, kissing, and kissed.

These words I will forever miss.

Floating Kisses

What are your favorite words?

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