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January
New year beckons, old passes. Is there a way to say hello... and goodbye... without seeming cliché'? I'm not certain there is really. So many centuries have passed and so many words written about that passing. From time created man kind has been marking the passage. It is as if we have a fear of allowing it to go without marker. Somehow if we mark it, count it we thereby rule it. Truth of it is, we are only the most minimal wrinkles in it. Quiet ripples in the expanse that touches us and links us to one another in a manner few have words to explain. Still, those of us with a poet's soul. . . continue to try.


So for them, for me. . .

More?

I often wonder at the capacity of a heart
To draw in a wounded bird or a child, or a sweetheart.
Is it possible that this fist-sized blood pumping muscle
can expand so far as to embrace an ideal?
What happens when it is filled, with things and people and memory?
Does it close and put out a sign that says, 'no more room Henry'?
Through pain and breaks and giving and overflowing
still pulsing and pushing and pumping and beating.
Perhaps after all, I do understand infinity
when I realize how much my heart can embrace, still taking in continually

Marsha Steed

---<--{@ M Rose



 
 
 
 

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The Collection, Volume 1
Image: The Carousel.  Simon & Schuster Adult TradeShadow of the Heremon - Orson Scott Card
The Carousel - Richard Evans
Image: Michael Sings McLean (CD).  Deseret Book CompanyMichael McLean Sings

;Interesting question, one I suppose I'm not entirely sure of . To me,
life is a discovery of who I am... Others are mostly
enhancements or detriments to that knowledge.

I have many interests, mostly along the artistic lines.
Music, many types, classical mainly (being a piano teacher
brings that out) but my tastes are eclectic and run the gambit.
I write music, and sing. Theatre; the self discovery of good theatre fascinates me.

Art, visual and conceptual; I am a calligrapher and illuminator. Also an
art docent for the local elementary school. I adore books,
of varying kind, mostly again the classics.;

I was a dance major, danced Ballroom in competition and in Romania and
Bulgaria. I love Italian food, Mexican, Chinese, French
and American... I love people, and adore trying to please. I
have a need to be needed I guess, before I'll feel comfortable
opening up and sharing anything at all. I could be many
uncomplimentary things, but none of them are intentional.
My hair is my one vanity, thick long and deep auburn.
I love dark nights with warm cocoa and sweet unending conversation.
I am intensely sensual. I adhere strictly to the doctrine I have chosen to adopt.
My imagination is food for more experiences than I'll ever
participate in. I hate to cook and love to iron. I've never had
a broken bone, or to a hospital (besides 4 babies ) or felt the
intense anger of another.

Talking is my second favourite activity, next to listening, but
not on trivial matters. I want to get a Masters in psychology
in the future. I love having my feet rubbed, and nothing is a
sensual as a back rub. I wear many 'hats' and play many
roles, I am a compulsive person who tends to obsess on things
until they are accomplished. I am sensitive, supportive,
completely forgiving and fiercely loyal. I give my heart slowly,
but when it is given... it is forever.

I adore Monty Python's Holy Grail, and have a side that is
hardly seen by most. I dislike animals and children to a large
extent, adore the colours red and purple and have an open
mind about many things. I am unafraid of a mirror or self examination, and love
walking in the rain. Sunsets delight me, and I do not like being
poked. I am intensely imperfect, striving constantly for perfections
in little leaps.

Much more to be discovered I suppose, but that is a start....,



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