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  77.     

The Pathway

If the Pathway leads to Heaven
And your gentle call I hear,
Along that Pathway I must travel
Just to have you ever-near.
Melodious voices will be singing
As I see your smiling eyes,
And words of every haunting song
Will be echoing across the skies.

My soul will be at peace again
If beside you I can stay ~
Our love will be as new tomorrow
As on the day you went away.
So if the Pathway leads to Heaven,
I will travel through the 'blue'
With anxious mind and trembling heart
Until I'm safe in Heaven, with you.
 
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  78.     

'Wild Rose'

Two strangers met in the moonlit city,
No bliss like this had happened before.
He was the one... she knew at a glance.
She was the one... he'd take the chance.

Moving towards him she smiled discreetly,
One smile that could open heaven's door!
In a short while, their hearts seemed to dance.
This was exciting, for this was romance.

Walking away from the lights of the city
A dimly-lit sidewalk captured their eyes.
Soft words were spoken and tears of joy shed
As stars in the night sky seemed to turn red.

Ah, the magic, the rapture, the glory!
Never had they felt such tender amour.
How sweet a name - she was his 'Wild Rose'
Two strangers in love. Oh the thrill of it all.
 
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  79.     

A Bitter Pill

Terrorism can be so frightening
A Black September of our times
And 'Bali' was one of the names
added to the list of crimes.

Terrorism is often so 'sudden'
No warning sirens are heard.
1939 had sirens and shelters
But terrorism is shockingly absurd.

This bombing outrage has a history
Of factions who kidnap and kill
And raids easily gain momentum
And the resulting horror is a Bitter Pill.
 
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  80.     

A Bright Glow

Michael Faraday,
great scientist,
chemist, philosopher,
studied all aspects
of electricity and
invented the motor
the dynamo and
the battery, being
famed for his unit
.....the farad.....
His magnetization
of light gave a bright
glow to a dark
English night.
 
Joyce Hemsley
   
 
 
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