Fog and mist defies,
Seeing distant things clearly.
Probbing, and prodding,
Emerging, expanding, enfolding, entrapping,
Tendrils of memory!
“Pop, what’s the last number?”
“Numbers grow, then they’ll contract.
Isa, One is the last.
One became two, two became three.
God is one when man is one.”
Slumped against the wall at sunrise waiting, waiting, winning bingo call.
Youthful tiara crowns
Spring rose’s first blooming buds.
Ah, dew sparkled web.
I was selected by Terry (@TerryB) whose blog, Through The Lens Of My Life, is well worth exploring to write something for the “Love in Ten Sentences” event. OK. Ten lines, four words each, each line including the word love, and then include a favorite love quote… let’s see how I do…
Love, where are you?
Oh to find Love
Velvet soft Love touch
Insanely crazy laughing Love
Nobody knows our Love
Giving you my Love
You fuel my Love
Overflowing limits of Love
Use me my Love
!Loving You my Love!
Copyright © 2015 Ray “Taohobo” Hasson
And the quote I’m sharing is by Paul of Tarsus, taken from The Message (1 Corinthians 13:13).
“But for right now, until that completeness, we have three things to do to lead us toward that consummation: Trust steadily in God, hope unswervingly, love extravagantly. And the best of the three is love.”
I’m inviting the following talented bloggers/poets to share their thoughts on love! For some, it will be a different step out if they accept it but diamonds need to have many facets in order to sparkle. So, because their blogs are worth visiting whether they accept the challenge or not, here’s the lineup…
Julie – (Re)Turn
Camille – Love Yourself Again
David – David Veliquette
Shreyarvj – The Open Window
Impossiblebebong – My Own Private Idaho
Andrea – Butterfly Mind
Johna – Wind Against Current
David – There Is No Calvary
Tyler – The ancient eavesdropper
Jonathan – Tiny Camels
You – and this includes you who are reading this – are under no obligation to accept this challenge to participate, but if you would like to share your thoughts on love, here are the guidelines:
A good friend of mine, a Penn State alum, shared some thoughts we should all ponder long and hard. Anthony, well said brother! http://www.cusuitemusings.com
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