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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Smile #19: HEAL YOUR HEART

This was written for Poets United's Midweek Motif :


Heal your heart 
with my poem of soothing
words, my uplifting art,
my blog of smiles, heal your heart
with my world of sunshine.

Bless your heart
with my words of music,
music so humble, full of spirit,
as gentle and hearty and thick
so you will feel good inside.

Open your heart
to the opportunities galore
that are flowing more and more
into your mind and heart's doors.
Open your heart and you will find...

Love,
Direction.
Solutions,
Companions,
Success

and these shall make you smile.
Make you recover,
Make you jump a mile,
Make you discover....

Bliss.


12 comments:

  1. Oh! Wonderful (with or without the cookies). I especially love the idea:
    "music so humble, full of spirit,
    as gentle and hearty and thick
    so you will feel good inside."
    Bliss,

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  2. I always love visiting your "blog of smiles.....world of sunshine". Beautiful, James! and very sunny-feeling!

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  3. You know what healing means, James!! And you know how to write a healing poem. Opening our heart is the first step..

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  4. Seeing a way out, a solution - and knowing that you do not have to face it alone, that you have companions along the way - def makes a difference when it comes to healing.

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  5. love your 'world of sunshine' James...

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  6. Luv your invitation and your invocations of healing James

    Much love...

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  7. Indeed we must open our hearts if we are to heal :)
    Beautifully executed.

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  8. And this certainly did shine and radiate hope and healing - a sweet boost like a cookie on a plate..thank you for sharing it with us :)

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  9. Joy can be found in many places.

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  10. Wonderful and warm words. I feel your heart open to discovery and love.

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  11. Well-penned, James. Reminds me of Rudyard Kipling quote: 'I am, by calling, a dealer in words; and words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.'

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