Sunday, January 12, 2014

Everything I See ~

The wind whispers your name 
Stars begin to blink into focus 
I wonder how many wishes have
come through to those with dreams?

The sky reminds me of your eyes 
Birds awaken happy and praising 
I wonder how many spirits live in 
each creature of the earth?

The sun shines like your smile 
Dewdrops slide from leaf to leaf
I wonder how many tears have fallen
upon these radiant flowers?

I wonder why in all my life 
You seem to appear in all living things?
Everything I see reminds me of you.

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I miss you mama
and love you 
every single day of my life

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I am sorry I have not been visiting any of those 
wonderful blogs and lovely people that I so enjoy.
I still am not feeling well and have a Dr's appt 
for this coming Thursday. I have confidence my 
Dr will be able to find the cause of all the pain.
But I am actually more concerned for my sister 
than myself as she has to have a breast biopsy 
this Wednesday. Please, keep her in your good thoughts 
and prayers. And say a little one for me as well.
I hope to get by to do some visiting of your blogs today.
Happy New Year to everyone.
I wish all of you many blessings in 2014.

Love 
Margie 

40 comments:

  1. Such a gift and a blessing that you have your poetry to express deep thoughts about your Mom and Dad, and all else that enters your mind. I love the way you relate to nature. It's something about looking at it and getting a feeling that it contains all the delights and mysteries of life.

    You and your sister have my sincere prayers and best wishes as you cope with health issues. I'm looking forward to hearing about the progress that each of you will have. Just get over the hurdles. Hugs.

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  2. ps. We all understand that blogging has to take a back seat now and then. Though I love hearing from you, please don't worry about it.

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  3. awww hugs. her voice on the wind and seeing her in everything...yeah....you know its a good thing...and i bet you can look in the mirror and see as well...happy new year margie....

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  4. Such a lovely tribute, Margie - I think of my mother daily, too. She was/is an inspiration to me. You and I are lucky to remember someone so lovingly. Feel better soon! I send good wishes to your sis. Snowing hard here in the mountains. I'm in front of the fire.

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  5. Hello Margie - oh my, so much to embrace, manage, hav faith and hope about. I understand. I love your beautiful heartfelt tribute to your Mama, that too I ally with completely. We share so much. I pray you will get answers and be on your way to a healthy resolve. ANd special prayers for your Sister too. My SIs is having a biopsy n the 21st on lymph nodes in her neck that are enlarged. We are all so concerned. Hanging on together as I am sure you and yours are as well.
    WIih hope for us all
    Love Gail
    peace......

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  6. I think so many women can relate to that poem, Margie.
    So very sorry to hesr that ypu and your sister are struggling with your health, many hugs xx

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  7. oh the beauty of you, like your mother's leave real tears i know too that loss this is so beautiful angel and u know i'm always praying for you as well as your family and now a little more for your sis xxxooo

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  8. A moving poem. And the photo has a familiar aspect --I have lots of pictures of my own mother in front of a classroom chalkboard in the 1960s. From both poem and picture I get an image of someone dedicated to encouraging what is good, positive and useful in people's lives. That sort of influence never ends --certainly a legacy of strength and health, for you and those you love. Best wishes.

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  9. What a lovely and moving poem. I will definitely hold you and your sister in my thoughts. May your new year be wonderful and I hope you feel better and your sister is okay.

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  10. Margie, such a beautiful poem for your mom! I love her picture! My friend, I have missed your greatly! You and your sister will be in my prayers! I am circling you both with a bright white light! Big Hugs and Happy New Year! Many Blessings!

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  11. Lovely poem about your Mother. She was a beautiful women. It was so nice to hear from you today. Hope you feel better. :)

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  12. Happy New Year, dear Margie. I missed your poetry very much. This is such a lovely and touching poem!!! It's so beautiful! Margie, I will be praying for you and your sister. I hope you both will be OK.

    Warm hugs to you and very best wishes, Margie!

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  13. Very touching poem about your Mother ♥ I hope you get some relief from the doctor and that your sister gets good results from her biopsy.

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  14. In your little poem, you perfectly express the thoughts of many of us who see their mother "in all living things" and everything reminds us of her.
    A healthy New Year to you and your sister!

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  15. Margie,

    I find great comfort in your words, as I always consider my mother in many instances. I think about her in ways you have written here in your poem too. My mother died over eighteen years ago, and I bitterly miss her every day.
    Eileen......................................
    Hoping for beter things for you Margie in the coming weeks, together with the thoughts you have for your sister. A diffcult moment in life for you both, but hopefully life will regain some uplifting spirit in the very near future. Keeping faith:)

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  16. Both you and your sister and your family are in my thoughts and prayers, Margie. I'm sorry you're in pain and not feeling your usual beautiful self. I miss my Mom so much...this poem will stay with me.

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  17. Beautiful beautfiful poem. I too, haven't been visiting - just too busy the last few months. I will say a prayer for you sis and also for you - hope 2014 is wonderful for you and you start feeling better.

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  18. Beautiful poem Margie, i'm wishing you a speedy recovery and keeping everything crossed for your sister, sending big hugs and warm wishes,
    love, summer

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  19. Lovely poetry! Happy new Year to you too - if it's not too late to wish that now...

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  20. Oh Margie...I am sending you and your sister all the Light and Love I possibly can!
    And your beautiful Mom...I am certain that she has never left your side, nor ever will. But then, I'm sure you already know that.

    Love and Hugs xxx

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  21. What a touching tribute to your mother. Hope you feel better soon - and thinking of your sister.

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  22. Beautiful poem and tribute. Will certainly keep you in my prayers, Margie, and hope that the doctors can find the reason for your pain and be able to treat it. At least with my pain, I know where it comes from. Take care. Will be thinking of you and your sister. Blessings.

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  23. beautiful words and lovely tribute... sending you much love and light and saying a prayer for both you and your sis.. xx

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  24. Beautiful poem, for your lovely mother. I could feel the love and the sadness in your words, my friend.

    Sending my prayers and healing thoughts to both you and your sister.
    With Love
    xoxoxo

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  25. Margie: I enjoyed your beautiful poem about your Mom. There is so much love and devotion evident in your writing. Also, a belated Happy New Year to you! I have both you and your sister in my thoughts and active prayers. Feel better soon!

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  26. That is a beautiful poem! I am so sorry to hear about the troubles you and your sister are going through. I am sending positive thoughts - and lots of hugs! I hope you feel better soon, and I hope everything goes well for your sister.

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  27. Let me know as soon as you know xxx

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  28. Boa tarde,
    Linda homenagem, deve manter a esperança que melhores dias virão certamente.
    Abraço
    ag

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  29. A beautiful poem. Wishing you good news and health for the new year. Wishing for you and yours.

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  30. Dearest Margie, May this find you regaining your health in totality and enjoying the grace of wellness. Our thoughts, our perceptions, the very air we breathe, all that is experienced physically, emotionally, spiritually, weave the very fabric of life. May silken threads of light be woven into each moment of your wellbeing.

    I am but a call away: home # 845-359-7254 ... much love, Rose Marie

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  31. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Each day.

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  32. Dear Margie, I hope you are feeling much better by now. Keeping you and your sister in my thoughts and prayers. This is such a lovely poem about your mother
    Hugs
    Susan

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  33. So beautiful :) Thinking of you xxx

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  34. Hi Margie! Oh my, I hope your pain has been figured out, and your sister got good news. Will you let us know?? I will keep you especially in my prayers today and always. God give you peace, my friend.
    Ceil (I am now at www.ceilryan.com)

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  35. What a lovely tribute to your mother! I'm so sorry to hear that your aren't feeling well and I hope your sister's biopsy was a false scare. My thoughts are with you and your family. I hope the year improves for you soon.

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  36. I do hope that you are called soon and that, as my favourite woman Julian of Norwich says, 'All shall be well.'
    Husband's op worse than expected, but slowly recovering from the ordeal. Now waiting for result of second biopsy. Love from Carole.

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  37. Hi Margie .. I'm sorry about your sister's health - but also yours .. I hope things have moved on to a slightly easier place now .. I'm very late coming across - but read your comment on Carole Ann Carr's post .. and wanted to add my support you both.

    With thoughts ... Hilary

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  38. Where ever life takes you, my friend, may your path be gentle and sweet and echo only with good memories and good will from all. Goodlife my friend.

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  39. Thank you, Margie, for your kind words. I'm afraid I know nothing of your illness but shall be thinking of you on the day xx

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  40. Many, many thanks for the kind visits and kind words.
    I am deeply touched.
    Your prayers and good wishes mean so very much to me.

    Love
    Margie

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