Sunday, October 11, 2009

I am a woman
yet my heart awaits the night
singing like a girl's ...

20 comments:

  1. This makes me smile...I've been an adult for almost a decade and the little girl in me takes over all the time! :) Love this!!!

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  2. Oh these girls of us
    (I've got a surprise for you at my side bar)
    Smiles!

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  3. Haydn wrote a symphony he called "Unfinished" (three movements instead of the usual "classical" four)

    I call this Margie's "Unfinished" poem, left for me to finish. I'm at a loss, for I do not know how a little girl feels or thinks--nor a WOMAN either, for that matter--grin!

    Or (more likely!) maybe I missed the point...

    At any rate....PEACE!

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  4. ha! its good to be so,i guess, Margie....ask any man, says my husband :)

    nice,

    wishes,
    devika

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  5. Margie, no matter how old I get there are times I still feel like a little girl, especially the first snowfall or Christmas....I think there is a child in all of us. Love you.....:-) Hugs

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  6. Heart never gets old....What do you say Margie? You said so much in very few words...loved it friend.Hugs.

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  7. Hi Margie,
    Wow! Very nice. This poem says to me you are as young as you feel. Let our hearts keep singing!
    Hope you had a good weekend. We had a very nice one.
    Talk to you soon.

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  8. HI MARGIE -
    I am so in touch with the 'kid in me' - your words speak to that part of me today - , so "Annie" says hi :-)

    Love to you
    Gail
    peace.....

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  9. Whoohoo!! For all us females who feel like this! Whoohoo!!

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  10. Indeed, there is something sweet and girlish about you that you will never lose, Margie. It's part of your charm! :)

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  11. A sweet poem Margie! Your words say it all. :)

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  12. see poem for women around :)...

    urs..hemu..

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  13. @Margie
    Aw! Thanks for the concern. :) It was really devastating and I felt bad for those who were greatly affected. My family is doing great, thank God. I just hope that the people will be strong enough to face these kind of challenges and won't give up easily. I know that whatever happen, God is always there to guide us always. :D

    Thank you so much Margie. :)
    You are truly a great friend.
    here's a big hug for you. Take Care always.

    By the way, your poem is really sweet. It's like me. :))


    -cez

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  14. Margie, the more I read this the more I like it. I'm 52, soon to be 53 and still, my heart sings like a girl's . . and I love that it does and I love that you gave this to us:)

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  15. Thank all of you specail ladies (and a few men) for the great responses to my poem.
    Ladies, let's never let go of that little girl inside of us that sings and keeps us young.

    Oh, Cez, you are so welcome dear and know that I keep you in my good thoughts and prayers.
    It's been a very hard time for you.
    But, how wonderful you now have a job .... congrats.

    Take good care and I send a hug back to you.
    And, yes the poem is just like you....sweet!

    Joy and blessings to all of you!

    Margie:)

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  16. Hello Margie,
    I really like this poem. It's very nice!
    Have a great night,
    Lydia

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  17. Thank you so much, Lydia.
    So glad you enjoyed it!

    Margie:0

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

-Ruth Ann Schabacker