Thursday, December 21, 2006

TWILIGHT

Twilight is the lovely
time
when light and darkness
meet . . .

As joy and sorrow
often touch
in one mood
strange and sweet!

48 comments:

  1. I love the gentle feeling of this poem.

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  2. Such accurate discription...
    Hmmmm. Wonderful - again.

    (JUst the hearing the repetion of the news, and for the last few hours, prepare an emergency kit - over and over. Apparently this will be over by noon tomorrow - ay chihuahua)
    Just heard we will have another one Christmas eve...

    Hope your system clears soon and you can resume life!


    Big hug

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  3. Wishes from me to have great X-mas...

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  4. A time when neither good or bad exists?? Love it Margie!!

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  5. Nicely said about the end of a day.
    Glad you are feeling better. Stay warm and cozy with some hot tea or cocoa.
    take care.

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  6. Joy and sorrow at the same time? My wedding day?!:D

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  7. Hi Margie...snowed in Margie... again.

    That must be joy and sorrow. :)

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  8. Twilight is an early start to a night out! ;) It means happy hour for Deb! I loved this poem!

    Are you snowed in??? You're run down with a cold, all sick and to top it off, snowed in?

    I'm sending an SOS and a St Benard!

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  9. Margie,

    What a nice way to start the day seeing your comment pop up in my email! I wish you and your family a wonderful Holiday and a Happy NEW YEAR!

    Take care,
    Robyn

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  10. A lovely thought Margie...u know what I always thought twilight is so symbolic...symbolic of two extremes coming together...symbolic of submission of light into darkness...two extremes just blending into each other to become one !

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  11. Joy and sorrow really go together for if we have never experienced sorrow we will never appreciate joy. I like the way you put them together. Happy Holidays to you and your family Margie.

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  12. Hi Margie!
    Have a wonderful time enjoying whatever is fun to you, this Christmas.

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  13. Very clever comparison!

    Well my beautiful angel Margie, have a very Merry Christmas and a terrific New Year babez! HUGGGGGGGZ I will miss u till 2007 :(

    TC!
    Keshi.

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  14. beautiful.
    How strange the time in the morning is similar.
    I love watching and listening to the earth waking up.
    morning is the time of renewal while twilight is for reflection.
    tc

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  15. Beautiful Margie...! Ahhh... the lovely dance of joy and sorrow...

    Hope you are feeling better... wow what a storm! Almost everything in Boulder was shut down today!
    Well... it's a White Christmas, that's for sure! :)

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  16. I just watched the news... you are not doing that great over there either.

    Hope you are warm and safe at the Springs...

    Big Hug

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  17. Heyyy Margie

    compose a poem for me for Keshi
    on the lines of Old is Gold
    i mean old friends

    Keshi hasnt forgiven me yet




    Wishing u a wonderful christmas Margie


    i will be having a blue blue christmas if Keshi doesnt kiss and make up

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  18. Nice, Margie. I hope you're keeping warm there!!

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  19. Yes, Margie it is ... there is something so strange about that very moment an eerie silence ... then suddenly the birds start singing and life starts turning again.
    big hugs and warmth for you.
    :o)

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  20. hi margie.....long time...
    wishing you a merry christmas & a prosperous new year..

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  21. Hi Margie

    Hope alls well with you, nice poetry like always. I am visiting my family and am in India. Wishes to you for Christmas and New Year

    Love
    Radhika

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  22. hi margie,

    happy friday!

    hope u can stop by!

    hugs luv u

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  23. I think that is my favorite so far.

    :)

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  24. great, margie! i love it!
    hope all's well...

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  25. Great poem! I hope that you and your family are OK, following the huge storm you had out there!! Have a wonderful Christmas!
    JoJo

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  26. hey margie i wanna invite u to my xmas cha cha

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  27. Very special, I like it.

    And Margie, I wish you and your family a wonderful holiday!!

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  28. Ooooh. I like it.
    Guess you got an early White Christmas in your neck of the woods!

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  29. have you got enough snow there yet? in calif we have only a dusting, so far.

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  30. Are you covered with snow by now????
    Hope all is well!

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  31. Your heart speaks so tenderly, margie. I enjoy the rhythm to your poetry.

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  32. Searingly beautiful!
    Sparkly & tender :)

    Stay Beautiful...!!

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  33. hi margie

    matt asked about you. told him you're feeling better...
    the whole ditty missed u...

    we don't have white xmas in va..we just get clouds & cold winds.:-[

    well have a almost merry xmas...

    luv u

    p.p.bfly

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  34. Thanks to all of you for stopping by with your wonderful comments...
    and nice wishes!
    You are all so special!
    I am always so happy when you visit me!
    Thank you all so very much!

    This week we have had a huge blizzard here, and everything was shut down for almost 3 days!
    So, we are most defintely going to have a white Christmas!

    I have been sick most of the week, but today I am feeling better...it's so wonderful to be well again...
    Now, I am just trying to catch up...

    I send my warmest wishes to each of you for a wonderful Holiday season.

    May the New Year bless your lives with much love, joy and peace!

    I send hugs to all of you!
    Love,

    Margie

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  35. Lovely...very best of wishes for the Holiday Season Margie...bless that kindred heart of yoyrs..thank you

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  36. twilight is such a magical time of the day..right on the cusp of both...day and night...

    hope you had a great weekend margie!

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker