via ‘I saw a face’
I saw a face
I saw a face in the distance. A beautiful tempting face.
The face brought back a sweet memory.
Was once a sweet memory.
She walked toward me and she embraced me tightly.
She told me. “Johnnie, you are the same. Your kind face is still gentle and kind.”
We faced each other like two old boxers. We did not know if we friends or foes.
I held the hug the tightly and I told her. Jenny, you are more beautiful today than the yesterday of our youth.
She gave me a sad smile, remembering our the aura of our goodbye. Not a goodbye spoken. Just allowed the highway and life to deprive us of any chance to know the torch of love. She asked me. “Let’s drink some coffee and talk. I never forgot your kindness. You accepted me and treated me with love and gentleness…
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“The only problem with sadness, desperation, anger, hopelessness, anxiety, anguish, misery, is that you want to get rid of them. That’s the only barrier. You will have to live with them. You cannot just escape. They are the very situation in which life has to integrate and grow. They are the challenges of life. Accept them. They are blessings in disguise. If you want to escape from them, if you somehow want to get rid of them, then a problem arises – because if you want to get rid of something you never look at it directly.”
It’s such a beautiful Day.
Listen to me
Be free never follow me.
Speak to me free
Tell me anything you think you should tell.
I love you not for anything else,
Gratitude is all that is me.
I will inspire you
It all depends.
I’m a Grandma
A mother of four children.
A grandma to eight sweet kids
I love them as much I love you
Please don’t leave me when I speak without barriers.
I love you.
I will always love you.
These lines I wrote to you
All because of love.
via Free bird’