Tuesday, July 05, 2011

LAUGHTER IS A LYRIC THING

Laughter is a lyric thing
with shining wings fluttering
through its echoes joyful notes ring
sweet laughter is a lyric thing
like the song of birds ...

Fragrances and starriness
sudden smiles ... a sweet caress
little ways that cheer and bless
surprisingly ... adventuring
like the song of birds ...

Your laughter is a lyric thing
all your love-thoughts echoing
half-dreamed wishes whispering
your laughter is a lyric thing
like the song of birds ...

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Dedicated to my wonderful husband.
I so miss his sweet and lyrical laughter when he's away!

30 comments:

  1. Margie!

    i'm loving these songs you're singing... such a beautiful rhythm that is wonderful to read out loud.

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  2. Hi Margie,
    How sweet this poem is!
    Have a wonderful evening !
    Lydia

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  3. So sweet and meaningful ~

    *hugs to you* because your hubby is away

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  4. So sweet and beautiful. I love how you have fragrances and sudden smiles. So lovely.

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  5. Beautiful song .Wish that you are always surrounded by his lyrical laughter.

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  6. Your poem made me feel good! Reading about such positive, and happy feelings was a great way to start my day.

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  7. VERY beautiful rhythm, Margie!

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  8. Hi
    Oh yes, laughter swirled in love is wonderful and true and such fun.
    Love to you
    Gail
    peace.....

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  9. What a lovely poem for your hubby. I'm sure he loved it. I loved reading it too!

    Hugs Margie, G :<)

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  10. smiles. laughter is a beautiful thing...as well as the other intimacies you describe...with the one you love...

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  11. This poem really is a huge hug to your hubby and I'm sure he is so proud and warmed to read it, Margie!

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  12. Good morning, Lovely! laughter is lyrical

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  13. Just stopping in to leave a hug and say hi! Hope all is well Margie.

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  14. lovely Margie, hopefully your husband will be home soon so you can hear his laughter like a birds song. beautiful as always. have a great weekend.

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  15. Hi Margie,

    Thanks for sharing your good feelings here.

    Goodlife.

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  16. Laughter is the language of the soul; laughter is the best medicine....many quotes come to mind...'Laughter is the greatest weapon we have and we, as humans, use it the least' - Mark Twain

    Blogs have LOL...and that doesn't sound like laughter....But this poem is filled with the beauty of laughter...and loved it Margie...other poems, as well :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  17. This is beautiful!
    Hope all is well.
    Have a great day!

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  18. Oh my - this is so loving and lyrical!

    Thank you for your kind comments - they got caught up in my blog's spam filter,just in case you were wondering what had happened!

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  19. What a happy poem and what can you miss more tha the sound of laughter. Take care Hope he's back soon

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  20. What a happy poem and what can you miss more tha the sound of laughter. Take care Hope he's back soon

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  21. Thank you all so very much for visiting and leaving the wonderful and lovely comments!
    I appreciate each one very much!

    Joy and love to all of you!

    Margie x

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  22. And I'm sure that you are one of the major reasons that he laughs.
    May you both smile and laugh together for many many more years to come.

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  23. My dear Margie,
    What a wonderful poem about your husband. Laughter in love...it doesn't get any better than that.

    May you always hear the birds singing their songs of love.

    Best wishes to you.

    By the way, how's Smokey? Give her a kiss for me (smile).

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  24. Such a beautiful poem, I could just imagine your heart singing

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  25. Such beautiful words ring true in the hearts of many!
    Greetings,
    -Eva Maria

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

-Ruth Ann Schabacker