Unconditional Love

Perfectly present – before, then and now
Open and honest with unfurrowed
brow
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roudly preferring to be quiet ground – a hug when a world was turned right upside down
P
atiently waiting to see his bird fly
A robin by blue-egged nest in the sky

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2 thoughts on “Unconditional Love

  1. Joyce MacKinnon

    WOW!.no wonder your grandma is so proud of you……..and to think tht you feel you need to take a writing course, giving up vacation time – that’s what I call committment my friend. I took her to church yesterday and she was telling me about this tribute to you grandpa – he sure was special, as is she – one of my favourite people…..she had sent me your site a couple of weeks ago and this is my first real chance to browse – only the Literary Lane so far – where do you fine the names???? – love them.
    Carry on writing…….look to see you on the newstands before too many moons.
    Hugs,
    Joyce

    1. Thanks, Joyce! Glad you’ve enjoyed wandering around my site. The best part of getting some of my work out there is the support and encouragement I’ve received. Oddly, that’s also been one of the best parts of this week long workshop, too. I have a long way to go but have been somewhat validated and feel as though I’ve been given a little push forward.

      See you soon!
      Sher xo

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