~ Poetry From My Heart To Yours ~
"Intermission" dear Magie a great friend of mine...Lots of fabulous things happen during intermission, even a sudden, unexpected one - as right at present.I am terribly sorry to hear to have a foot injury.Hope it was not serious and pain is under control.Get better soon sweetieBig hugHaving trouble posting...(!!!)
hi there are this poetry all made by you??you are god...can i use dem on my blogs?? poetry and fotografia together ....hb
Lovely! Take up haiku writing Margie . . . so much easier (or harder) depending on how you look at it.
Hello Margie!Similar feelings on my side to...:)
It's true! Each day is an intermission between yesterday and tomorrow. What shall we do with our intermission?Fabulous as always.I love your writing. I think I will add you to my blogroll if you don't object:)
Hi Margie!You love life. I love this poem.A lot of blessings to you!
SO much love in here but somehow not declared with words
Get well soon I hear you heard foot injury ...
and we gaze half-tenseat things not certainso so true Margie, and seeing the speed at which things are happening in my life particularly today, i am gazing on with hope, with suspense,with joy, with tension!beautiful as always!i hear ur foot is injured..hope its alright now!take Good Care!
Intermissions are good for convorsations and snacks. Let's go get some popcorn. I recognize that curtain as it seems so often between me and those memories...
Your best ever! that is Wonder! my dear Margie.Beautiful :o)We have gusting winds that are really making the trees bend. The wind speaks with force and without thought.see you soon.
Marvelous! Well done and with excellent depth.
excellent conceptualisations! wow!Margie..may I add your link to my blog?
you're on a roll, margie!this is excellent!what happened to yur foot?get well and take care.hugs!
Today (NOW) is the intemission.I love this concept.Right between the past and the future.A Zen momentNamaste
Nice one Margie...! I like that... "we gaze half tense at things not certain..."(Hey... I think it's finally getting warmer!!!!:)Hope you are well...!
Frog-leaped here from Arti's blog.These are beautiful words Margie with much depth and understanding...excellent writing
an intermission... yes, and the show must go on, whatever the outcome.Beautifully spoken as always Margielotsa luv ann xxxxx
~~~The uknown~~~~ The present time is kind of scary when we don't have hope. Beautiful as always Margie! :)
I know the feeling. Always a pleasure reading your poetry Margie. Keep on writing it please!
Margie you've outdone yourself with this littel jewel!!
Reminds me of the dentiment that this moment is all we ever have.
beautiful! I really like it.
Angeldust, thanks for your concern...and kind words!I am ok. My foot injury turned out to be a sprain...nothing is broken, but it sure does hurt...hobbling around!It will get better...could be worse!BIG HUG!Margie
Sir Henry, thanks for visiting my blog...yes, they are all mine!You may use my poems on your blog...and I do like your blog!Come visit me again!Margie
Richard, Thanks for the nice comment!I don't know if I would be any good at writing haiku...I guess I could get some tips from you!Margie
Sunil, thanks for the visit...and comment.I have not had any time to visit you today...I will tomorrow!Take care!Margie
Art, I thank you for the kind words!And, it is very nice you want to add me to your blogroll...nice to have new friends...thank you!Margie
Krystyna, I am happy you love my poem!Blessings to you also!Margie
Nasra, I loved your comment...reading between the lines! Thank you!Yes, I sprained my foot...thanks for your kind words!Much appreciated!Margie
Shammu, as always...thank you!Enjoy your days of hope, joy and suspense!My foot will be better..thank you!Appreciate your kindness!Margie
OZ, popcorn sure does sound good to me right now...I am taking a brief intermission... healing my foot!Bring me the popcorn...with buter...please!Thanks for your visit!Margie
Trinity, how kind of you!Thank you!I heard about the strong winds there...Be safe!Margie
Don, thanks for your nice comment!Very much appreciated!Margie
Magiceye, always nice to get a Wow!Thanks so much!Of-course...it would be very nice to be added to your blogroll!Margie
Polona, thank you so much!Glad you liked it!I sprained my foot...it will get better.Hugs back to you!
Dave, thanks for the visit and nice comment!And it is nice to be on your blogroll...thanks for adding me!Margie
Kathleen, so glad you liked my poem...thank you!It was a little warmer today.At least we almost always have beautiful sunshine!Take care!Margie
Aurora, thanks very much!I saw your message to me on Kai's chatbox...thank you....nothing broken...just a sprain, but kind of sore.Hope all is well with you!Margie
Janice, so nice to have you here!Thanks for your kind words!I love your blog, and Arti's too!Margie
Kai, sorry I did not get a chance to chat with you today... maybe tomorrow.Margie:-)
Ann, yes, the show must and will go on....whatever the outcome!Thanks for your kind comment!I love the pics you have posted now of your little darlings...they are so precious!Margiexxx
Deb, always need hope!Thanks for the nice comment!Margie
Steve, I am happy to know you poetry might give you pleasure...Thanks for your visit...and nice words!I will keep writing, as I do enjoy very much to write.Take good care!Margie
Pat, thanks so much...Your kind words are appreciated!Margie
Barbara, thank you for your visit and comment..And all we do have is this moment!Take care!Margie
Andrew, thanks very much!Margie
With hope and suspense...I know the feeling.
Gautami, they are good feelings...aren't they!Take care!Margie
This moment...the now, it's all that matters, and the time time we hold the power
"like an intermission when time hangs a curtain"AWESOME!tc
another gem Margie..tc.
Kuan, that is so very true!Thank you for your words!Margie
Tc, I appreciate your kind comment!I'll be by later today!Margie
Shweta, thanks so much!Glad you liked it!Margie
Thanks for this text tender yet enlightened!
Each day comesbearing its own gifts ...Untie the ribbons.-Ruth Ann Schabacker