Poems

Arrival

When the gate opens
and the excitement rises
when the wait is over
and the moment has come

I close my eyes
and thank my God
because so much joy and love,
I don’t really deserve it.

I feel so small,
overwhelmed
because of the many good things
that have been prepared for me.

Forgotten is the long journey,
past the weeks and months of patience,
the first greeting is here.

A friendly smile,
tentative steps,
a quickening gait,
a warm embrace.

I have missed you so much. 😌

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Do you long?

Do you long for the place where peace prevails,
The place that comes to rest every day anew
And reinvents itself, in its always unchanging goodness?

Do you long for the time when all are healthy,
Where there is no more pain, no more suffering,
And everyone rejoices full of strength and health?

Do you long for gentleness, compassion, understanding,
for encouragement, friendship and love,
For the close embrace of your loved ones?

Pray for strength
Fill yourself up with new energy
Let yourself fall
Feel within yourself how good it feels to be loved
to be loved with all your heart.

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Only you

My joy.
My happiness.
My gift.
That is you.

My smile.
My heart.
My mouse.
That is you.

My haven of peace.
My sun.
My energy.
My love.
That is you,
Only you.

Poems

Prospect

Life is hard
And will be harder
Difficult to bear with
And critical times.

After the big change
Life will be wonderful
And lots of work
Thousand years, they wait.

And the two of us
We have the eternity
To do His will
And to go hand in hand.

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Driving in the snow

My eyes fixed to the driving lane
But to the left and the right along
There are trees, normally green
Today white and they almost shine. 

Throwing their pattern of bright and dark
Of shadow and light
They make up the road‘s face
Its dreamy design out of snow. 

Now straight ahead, then curvy
And from time to time, flakes tumbling
Sparkles shining when seldom
A single sun ray finds its way. 

The forest besides the road
It emits a comfy,
Marvellous silence
And lets me enjoy the moment.

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