“A Few,” a poem
I would have liked to have gotten through with few regrets,And to have walked that tightrope without any nets.Yes, I wish I could have had regrets, only a few,
But there seems to be many. I thought I’d die with you.
I wanted everything to have been perfectly sublime,Without major stops and starts, a fairly seamless rhyme,With easy deaths, no real tortures and torments along the way.Oh, idealistic me, wishing it all to be a fairly perfect day.
Let time melt away to retrieve each perfect hour,Banishing deterioration, to regain a lively power,Where few regrets leave us with many heart-warming memories,Where happiness overshadows heart-ache, I’m begging you please.
His latest work is A Life Well-Lived, a selection of photos and stories of people across Nebraska highlighting their stories from the past 70 years. These are photographs and stories of those who might be forgotten in the rush of history.
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Colour divides nations but God heals people of any colour or religion ….Shalom 🙏’s
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Life has many journeys. One door opens one door closes. Be grateful for small graces along the way. Shalom ⚜️⚜️😌😌
Thanks very much Kindness 😀
Thanks for sharing tour experience! Ohhh it must’ve been so difficult when you were homeless.
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