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V.. F.. Poems

1. 995 Heaven Is.. 1/22/2008
2. 994 Yearning 1/22/2008
3. 993 Salve 1/22/2008
4. 993 Pain.. 1/22/2008
5. 992 Waiting 1/22/2008
6. 991 To My Valentine.. 1/22/2008
7. 990 Wisdom 1/23/2008
8. 989 Past Abuse 1/23/2008
9. 988 Sunshine 1/23/2008
10. 987 Heartbreak 1/23/2008
11. 986 Tears.. 1/23/2008
12. 985 Smile 1/23/2008
13. 984 Wound 1/23/2008
14. 983 Snowflake 1/23/2008
15. 982 Nature 1/23/2008
16. 981 Nostalgia 1/23/2008
17. 980 Caring 1/25/2008
18. 979 Simply Be My Friend 1/25/2008
19. 978 Love So True 1/25/2008
20. 977 Missing You Love 1/25/2008
21. 976 Hiding 1/25/2008
22. 975 Learning To Love 1/25/2008
23. 974 Footprints.. 1/30/2008
24. 973 To Revive In Your Love 1/30/2008
25. 972 Flowers 1/30/2008
26. 971 Your Love Filled Look 1/30/2008
27. 970 Feelings 2/12/2008
28. 969 Away 2/12/2008
29. 968 Special Feelings 2/12/2008
30. 967 I Am With You... 2/12/2008
31. 966 To The King Of My Heart - My Valentine! 2/14/2008
32. 965 Together 2/18/2008
33. 964 You & Me 2/18/2008
34. 963 Seeking 2/18/2008
35. 962 All I Asked For.. 2/18/2008
36. 960 A Walk 2/18/2008
37. 959 Missing You... 2/18/2008
38. 958 Waiting For Thee 2/18/2008
39. 957 Gratitude 2/18/2008
40. 956 Pensive.. 2/18/2008
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925. Words Of Wisdom... By Rabindranath Tagore

This is not a poem... but encouraging words by Rabindranath Tagore... a father speaks these words to his daughter as she stands on the threshold of change.. ready to leave his warm and safe nest and fly off to exciting, strange and unknown places..

“Do not be looking back, my child. Have no hesitations, but face bravely whatever fate may have in store for you. Go forward rejoicing, ready with all your strength to choose the Good from whatever may come before you. Surrender yourself fully to God, accepting Him as your only help, and then, even in the midst of loss and error, you will...

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994 Yearning

All my life I have been waiting…
For someone to come knocking softly at the door of my heart
Someone so special that he need not knock at all
For whom there would be no boundaries
Who could reach out to me as a parent to a child and lay his hand softly on my head.
As one friend to another, with whom I could share my deepest and darkest fears,
With whom I could open up the walled dam and let out all the grief sorrow and pain
Which has been festering away inside and eating up my very s

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