29 thoughts on “Forecast


    A clinging
    Then a relaxing
    The rhythm
    Of presence
    Birth and death are our breathing
    We come and we go


    (The line of inspiration continues it appears, 🙂 )

      1. Thank you for your email address, Lauren. I might just write to you when I have a chance, and appreciate your caring words. It seems so many of us here on WP are dealing with grief of one kind or another and the empathy we share with each other is invaluable. (I’ve been thinking of taking a break from blogging but would probably go into withdrawal. 😌 )
        Thank you again – sending hugs back. 💞

      2. No decision made yet, Ben. Thank you very much for your kind words. Fact is, there are some wonderful poets here who have become dear friends (such as yourself) and it’d be my loss to leave after six years. I’d miss y’all too much. 😍 Will maybe just cut back. And the same goes – either way you’ll be in my thoughts.

      3. It does seem that way, doesn’t it, Betty? I know of two more people (friends/family) who have cancer now, and it’s just horrible. Where is that cure? I don’t know if you remember, but I took a blog break from January to August of this year; September is when I began again. So, I understand blog breaks. Sometimes, it’s good and calming to disengage, even though we miss our friends here in blogland. Just do what you feel is right for you because taking care of YOU is what matters most. And please write if you need to also. I’m here. 🙂 💓💓💓

      4. Yes, I too know of several people currently battling cancer and is indeed horrible. The cure rate is supposedly improving, but….

        As for blog breaks, I too took breaks off and on for a couple of years (because of back pain) and I think that’s how we lost touch. Somehow you had disappeared from my “following” list. Just glad we met up again in September.

        Thank you again for your caring words – am doing better today and planning to just cut back here on WP, rather than taking a break. Will see how it goes. Might still write you though so we’ll have each other’s email addresses. Thank you again, Lauren, for your presence. 💕💞❤️

    1. The entire line, “new seeds bearing sanguine hues” to me means with new birth brings hopeful colors to life (all metaphorical). Sanguine just popped into my mind as a means for “hopeful.” 🙂 I hope this makes sense, Ian, and I appreciate your comment and question, too.

    1. Aww, Michelle, it’s the joys of growing older, which is much better than the alternative. 🙂 However, watching our bodies change in the process isn’t fun. I’m noticing things, too, that I’m not thrilled about, but they’re out of my control. Sending hugs, my friend, and enjoy your precious grandbaby. xoxo

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