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MONDAY’S POEM: Rosemary’s Music

Yesterday was Mothers’ Day here in the US and we celebrated Rosemary with a nice grilled steak dinner with daughter, son-in-law and one of the grandkids. Sons called from west and south. It was a good day!

This poem from a few years ago recalls a memory triggered by Rosemary’s playing her “baby grand” in the Colorado house, the music sailing high through the two story foyer. I may not have ever shared this with her, so for Mothers’ Day here it is:

Rosemary’s Music

She plays beautifully
Pulling notes from some
Magical place to ring in
Ears sensing brilliance.

She speaks wonderfully
Offering words from
Another dimension to sink in
Mind thinking in awe.

She gives generously
Bringing gifts from Source,
That deep well of abundance,
Heart feeling gratitude.

©2014 Richard W. Bredeson. All rights reserved.

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