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Elece Hollis
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Springtime

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When Spring Comes
When Spring Comes "The sun warmed the upturned earth that day.  The small seed placed in the furrow to grow  shrank inside as the outside wrinkled.  The earth grew dark and damp and cold.  Shriveling hurt until the sun drew forth  from the ache  a leaf."  C...

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Soar
"Faith is blind––except upward.  It is blind to  impossibilities, and deaf to doubt." S. D.Gordon Soar Soar   By Elece Hollis  Soar in the sky! Like a bird––Take wing! It looks to me like an effortless thing. To glide on the wind through the winter sky,  To...

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Listen and Silent
"Listen and Silent are spelled with the same letters––coincidence?  I don't think so. " Alfred Brendel Silent  by Elece Hollis Have  you  ever  listened  to the sound  of a single candle  flickering  in a dark place?       Have you ever  listened  to a whis...

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Tulip Blossom
When she was a tiny girl Her daddy called her  "Two-lip Blossom" She was fresh, bright, new Soft, pink, precious, like a Tulip blossom.

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Dance Anyway
Dance, then, wherever you may be;  And I'll lead you all in the dance said he. Sydney Carter Dance Anyway By Elece Hollis Little flower in the grass With leaves like hearts, Fairies of February Your tiny green buds  Pop open white then  Unfold to show pink ...

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Door
Don't be afraid To turn the key Twist the knob and push inside. Don't be afraid  To take a step Open the door, open it wide.

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Soul Music
What man has written man may read;  But God fills every root and seed  With cryptic words, too strangely set  For mortals to decipher yet.  Charles Dalmon Bloom  Bt Elece Hollis The language of God  Who can read? Words not in speech.  But in notes of song, ...

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Soul Music
What man has written man may read;  But God fills every root and seed  With cryptic words, too strangely set  For mortals to decipher yet.  Charles Dalmon Bloom  Bt Elece Hollis The language of God  Who can read? Words not in speech.  But in notes of song, ...

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Time
You're a man, you've seen the world–– The beauty and the wonder and the power,  The shape of things, their colors, lights and shades,  Changes, surprises–– And God made it all! Robert Browning Time By Elece Hollis Time for vases of daffodils on the windowsi...
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