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Whatever Joys

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Whatever joys come our way,
The road ahead will be a hard one.
Your kinship though is precious,
Like sweet molasses,
Fuel for my journey.

Sometimes returning,
Battered and bruised I admit,
My basket full of
Fresh hewn promises,
Chiselled out and polished in hope.
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Monday, June 16, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: life
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COMMENTS
Patsy Martin 02 March 2018
Whatever Joys. This caught my attention. It is so filled with truths. Feels personal.
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Don Maciver 05 July 2014
Scott, when I engage in your beautiful poetry I have the greatest sense of contentment and inspired enthusiasm to set down at my own keyboard and get creative. There is a profound sense of positive, emotional attachment to your words, a breath of fresh air not often found in the writings of our contemporaries. Your publications offer such a tremendous extension to this journey we share and your words have touched the heart and soul of many. For this you strive and so richly achieve.
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