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THE STONE ANGEL by Becky G. Brinn

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OLD CEMETERY JUNKIE

THE STONE ANGEL

The stone angel stands guard.
Over the little girl’s tomb.
A life so short, on earth unmarred.
In God’s midst in heaven to bloom.

By: Becky G. Brinn

11-2-12 145

Child’s Grave, Oakwood Cemetery

Raleigh, North Carolina

 

 

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Of Mountains

love this poem

Search for The Soul - Indrajit Rathore

The spirit of mountains have enthralled us for millenia. A small local hill in a unkown town becomes its landmark casting its shadow from east and west to determine the life style of that town. People respect it, fear it and often attribute a spirit to it. Whether Fujiyama, Kilimanjaro, Vesuvius, Alps or the Himalayas they all inspire a sense of awe and  arouse mystical wonder. The Himalayas are reckoned as the seat of the gods and mystics and Yogis meditate there in its caves, while the holy river Ganges flows from its bosom to water the vast expanses of North India. A land with mountains is dominated by their presence which shapes the lives of the inhabitants, their philosophy, culture, and way of life. Once on a visit to the Himalayas I was so overwhelmed by their magnificence, stately beauty and awesome presence that I conceived a poem as a tribute to their majesty…

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Y is for find Yourself in an eagle (and a worm)

great poem

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