💥Peace & Truth

“MORNING RITUAL!” a poem A. M. – Friday February 22, 2019

(1) The-alarm sounds once, and thoughts of you,
Come to-me and I am blue,

Because you are not here in bed,
But I remember, you’ve-often said:

You’re always with-me, so-I-close-my-eyes,
And breathe and sigh, as my body lies!

(2) And, again, it rings! Shall I arise?
I’ll wipe away my tear; it’s wise,

To start the day – and hope the best,
Is always ours! I’ve had my rest!

To strength body – and-still the mind;
Time-to-greet-the-day – and to-be kind,

To-my-little-self, with-an easy pace,
As-I-once-more join the human race!

(3) Once more! It comes, and-I-ask what-you,
Would have your tiny dancer do;

I think you’d say: “Keep courage strong;
I-will be with you before long –

In body, as-well-as-thought, my Love!”
Yes, you’ll be here – here, just above,

My face, and-there’ll-be-gentle-kissing;
Now, my touch – you might…

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Wochenende – Weekend

Did you know, Teddy Bears

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Did you know that the Teddy Bear, that source of security and comfort for children and adults originated from President Teddy Roosevelt?

Long time ago, on a hunting trip in Mississippi, Teddy Roosevelt was unable to find an animal to kill.  Members of the hunting party had already killed animals with the aid of hounds.  Teddy’s entourage found a black bear, clubbed it and tied it to a tree to enable Teddy to shoot it. Teddy refused and ordered the bear to be put out of its misery. This resulted in a political cartoon with a much smaller bear. Morris Michtom saw the cartoon which inspired him to create a softer, bear cub which he advertised as “Teddy’s bear,” with Teddy Roosevelt’s permission. Instant commercial success. The rest is history.

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Famous Bears :

Mr Bean’s Bear “Teddy” has been stitched and decapitated many times but Mr…

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und doch…

Herzlich Willkommen bei Lis

Und doch –

sind wir alle “perfekt” in dem Sinne,

wie der Schöpfer uns schuf,

eben so perfekt wie eine Blüte,

ein Blatt, ein Grashalm, ein Spinnennetz,

ein Regentropfen –

denn wir sind alle Teile einer Schöpfung.


© Rose von der Au

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