Affined Poems - Below
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Love of the Subconscious Mind
affined, lost love, love,
LOVE OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND
Lost was that gift none can ever replace,
that gift come from the Divine,
a love in the subconscious mind.
Angels wept for joy, for my love and I,
for what we were and had combined.
Each from each to each...Read More
THE ETERNAL HUSTLE
affined, humanity, race,
In years past and now, and those to also come
Close by, afar, where’er , all men are one
Thus affined well to all ‘good things’ on earth
And give their lives to hunting down some pence
He is aspired by her, and she...Read More
affined, appreciation, beauty, best friend, blessing, forgiveness, happiness,
Far away there is way
Need to find things which can be affined
Hard tries never get lured
Failure are there god is a saviour
Honesty just needed to be modest
Patience is a wise thing just required essence
Positive thinking will make a...Read More
affined, age, devotion,
She was an old lady, widowed for years long.
Mrs. Sims was her name, lived a block away.
She was alone, her three children were gone.
Never a caring word did she hear them say.
I was busy, a young man trying for the...Read More
For John Ecklin
affined, death, friendship,
I've buried a brother.
I've buried a father, a mother.
Into the ground have gone aunts
and uncles at one time or another.
Friends I have lost by the score.
Seems there could not be any more.
But every day it wears my brain sore,
affined, faith, inspirational, lifeme, me,
Amidst the thunders and in the rain shower,
Still the feeling to go and be ahead the lightened tower,
Why Oh fisherman, do you wish to trade this water,
For you know today the weather doesn’t look any safer,
But he said, in my...Read More
Room for More Love
affined, love, love, me,
My Katie was here for a while and then gone.
Your face brings her face to mind.
Gazing at deep pools of innocence, I see
a loveliness usually hard to find.
Yet, time, I do need, so as not to compare
two faces, two hearts,...Read More
For John Ecklin
I have buried a brother.
I have buried a father, a mother.
The ground has claimed many other
aunts and uncles at one time or another.
Friends I've lost by the score.
Seems there wouldn't be any more.
But every day, loss wears my brain...Read More