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Friday's Thought - After the Rain

“A wind has blown the rain away and blown the sky away and all the leaves away, and the trees stand. I think, I too, have known autumn too long.”

(e. e. cummings)


Pray to God and then plant a tree

We plant a tree and have faith it will grow for decades to come. When we see trees on our walks and Sunday drives, we can offer a prayer of thanksgiving for the anonymous person who years ago planted it for the mothers, fathers, and children he would never meet. 119 more words

Thoughts For Living

(i carry it in my heart)

I’m rather a fan of a cliché – I always feel that for something to become one it has to be embraced by many and that probably means it has some sense stitched into it’s lining.  582 more words


My Prayer at 11:08 PM on a Friday Night

“I thank God for most this
day; for the leaping greenly
spirits of trees
and a blue true dream of sky;
and for everything… 291 more words


e.e. cummings* has a birthday . . .

i can’t write like he
i’m not light waveable and free
though in my heart i carry many (oh many oh me)
braved prisons and pacifistivity… 43 more words



“the world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful.”


~ e e cummings ~

Photo of the cover and signed and numbered dedication page of e e cummings’ book… 16 more words