Thursday, March 1, 2012

What Will March Bring . . .




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horace silver

there is a place that I know . . . where the sycamores grow
and daffodils have their fun
where the cares of the day seem to slowly fade away
and the glow of the evening sun
when the day is done
if I go there real late . . . let my mind mediate
of everything to be done
if I search deep inside . . . let my conscience be my guide
don't have to worry none
when you find peace of mind . . . leave your worries behind
don't say it can't be done
with a new point of view . . . life's true meaning comes to you
peace is for everyone
~ ~ ~ 

may the road rise up to meet you
may the wind be always at your back
may the sun shine upon your face
may the rain fall soft upon your fields
and until we meet again
may God hold you in the palm of His hand
~ ~ ~

none of the photos are mine
they are blog inspirations i found along the way
love lynne



Rain said...

Oh Lynne--Jimi H.was a very wise man! How did you pose that kitten! Impossible-double face tape to the curtain!! Have as beautiful a weekend as your flowers and buds!!

Jill said...

This was really beautiful and gives me hope that I needed today. Thank you!

Pamela Gordon said...

Sweet post Lynne. Can you add sunshine, no snow and some warmer temperatures to that list? Hugs, Pamela

Jenny Woolf said...

What a lovely post, and I particularly love the first poem, and the totally adorable image of the kitten seen from below. Have a peaceful month, Lynne!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

loving the stone house; Beloved Sistah and I are planning a trip to Ireland next year...God willing.

Nancy said...

Hi Lynne, I came to your blog from Life in Wildberry Cottage and am your newest follower. I enjoyed your images. The pets are adorable and that English cottage is wonderful. You might enjoy visiting my newest blog. and seeing the cottages I have posted there. Also, we're doing a wonderful giveaway of a 5x7 print of my husband's original artwork. Blessings. Nancy

donna said...

The cat standing on her head made my day. A very delightful post.

Carol said...

Wonderful, both words and pictures!