Who knew that McDonald’s would be a place to sit, contemplate the mistakes made in 2014 and start welcoming in 2015 with a coffee, fries and Quarter Pounder with cheese. Excitement just seems to be flowing… Again I pause to … Continue reading
Tagged 2014, 2015, charles townsend, distractions, graypoet, heart, love, poems, poetry, stay, strength
As 2014 comes to a close We leave this year behind What else do we let go of What new path do we find. Was this year a good one Who can say what is best Might we wish to … Continue reading
Tagged 2014, 2015, change, charles townsend, future, graypoet, love, past, poems, poetry, remember
A friend posted this song again and, once again, I was caught in thought… Hope you enjoy also. How long will someone remain with you Can memories be too much of a burden Will they be cherished or be forgotten … Continue reading
Tagged apart, charles townsend, cherish, existing, graypoet, how long, imagination, love, memories, poems, poetry, together
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Just wanted to say Thank You to all my friends and followers and wish each a very special year to come. May 2o15 give you the strength to find all the happiness you deserve.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,400 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway … Continue reading
I left letters for two special kids Not knowing if they’d be read But at the time it meant a lot Thinking they’d feel what I said.
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For all my Christian friends, best wishes for this special time of the year. It isn’t about the twinkling lights or the presents Nor is it about the music that fills all the stores We place so much stress on … Continue reading
Tagged charles townsend, children, commercial, family, graypoet, holiday, hope, joy, life, love, Merry Christmas, peace, poems, poetry, special
With the holidays upon you once again You put on a happy face to hide stress But to ignore doesn’t make it go away Bottled up it doesn’t make it hurt less.
As the day gets closer can you see Visualize the laughter and excitement The sparkle in the eyes of the children Offsetting the money on presents spent. Of course we all spend too much on them But the time and … Continue reading
When you think too much When words seem to rile Time to just become quiet Into self-imposed exile. Feelings are so important A heart can so fragile be Better to safeguard both Hiding your own, not to see. Time can … Continue reading