Tag Archives: Love

Valentine Castle Poetry

Love is the castle doubt is the moat desire is the paddle and hope is the boat. – Kellie Elmore from http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/castles We built a castle near the rocks, we built it out of sand. Our fortress was an ice … Continue reading

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Mother’s Needs

A mother needs faith. Genuine, hearty, loving trust in God, a life of meek, glad acquiescence in His will, and lived daily through years in the presence of children, is an immense power. They never can get away from the … Continue reading

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Maigl√∂ckchen – Little Bells of May – Lily of the Valley – Muguet des Bois

Throughout Europe (and those who have propagated these little lovelies in the United States, in areas where wet springs prevail, normally), Lily of the Valley is enjoyed as a most marvelous addition to gardens or any rock garden they may … Continue reading

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The Door Leading to Mount Zion

I hope you’re having a blessed Easter and enjoying this time in remembrance of the resurrection of Jesus. Today I thought I’d present a small portion of John Bunyan‘s classic tale, The Pilgrim’s Progress, and hope you enjoy either the … Continue reading

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Destination Weddings at Castles

Getting married in an authentic castle or castle hotel has become more popular and much easier than you might think. Only a small budget may stop you from having the ultimate fantasy wedding. Online services, such as weddingvenues.com, are available … Continue reading

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Veracity for Valentine’s Day

When people don’t feel loved or for some reason believe that they are unloved it is unlikely that you will find them able to love themselves or others. Because love is behavior, it can be learned but not if it … Continue reading

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Feasts, Family and Fun…

That’s what makes for a great Christmas. Take, if you must, this little bag of dreams, unloose the cord and they will wrap you around. – W.B. Yeats Merry Christmas everyone !

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Thoughts on Thanksgiving

Long before our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, proclaimed and designated Thanksgiving an official national holiday in the 19th century, the founders of our country held similar celebrations about this time of year. As a matter of fact, it was on … Continue reading

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Easter’s Purpose: Jesus Sacrificed for Redemption of Sin

We have lots of good reasons for celebrating holidays that sound so good when we hear them. Touted most often these days is the chance for a family to come together and act like a family. We once were a … Continue reading

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Silent Songs of Spring

To start poetry month off with a grand start here are four offerings for Spring: April from Moods, Songs and Doggerels by John Galsworthy Starry-eyed in April morn, Rain bells glitter on the thorn. Birds are tuning down the lane … Continue reading

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