Rows of houses blanketed with snow.
Christmas lights lucent and aglow.
A reindeer, a sleigh, like artwork on display.
Stories unraveling, brass bells ringing,
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Tidings On Christmas Eve
Rows of houses blanketed with snow.Featured Shared Story
Though I live in Australia, I can picture the scene in my mind's eye. It's reminiscent of a Charles Dickens scene from Scrooge. I love the poem and appreciate the words and talent of the poet.
Faith To Let Go Of What Isn't Meant For You
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"Let go," He says. "Let go."
But my heart is stubborn, so I do not let go.
"What if it hurts?" I say.
"I know it will hurt," He says.Featured Shared Story
To me, this poem seems to be a symbolic one. “I” is ego and “He” is the Almighty. He advises again and again to let ego go. But “I” doesn't want to move further even to the extent of 1mm....