to know she was 'down'
one did not have to be too smart
from where she was parked
my heart felt her frown
upon conversation to embark
before leaving dog-forsaken town
Mathy; "Like Kathy' with an M"
her 'cards,' before she left
part Wolf pup and her; that's them
more than a little bereft
family or origin; pain does stem..
compassion does attest
'Women' stronger than men
Blood is merely 10 months young
her cat is just 18 years old
a war that seems far from won
that heart 46; brave and bold
victories; as yet unsung
stories 'dying' to be told
'dirty laundry' yet, unhung
I hugged her like the soul sis she is
holding me tight as can be
knowing real love to soon miss
feeling the love within me
what is that or they or this
when we don't set ourselves free
allowing empathies kindest kiss!
Earlier, yesterday, i began reading Peter Legge's
sure to be classic and already a Canadian bestseller;
"The Power of Tact."
Later, we two women gracefully removed Blood from
my not as yet, bleeding 'bitch,' Thelma, at the doggie
park. Even now, I am grateful to remind myself how easy it is
to be kind to another .. particularly in their or our own
'time of distress.'
And all we need to do .. continually put affirmative words .. into
blessed action. Thus, passing one more earthly 'test.'
How easy it is to love another.
Far simpler than being smug enough to remove oneself
from the earthly 'race.'
special K doing the best for those who choose not