wind chimes
the gentle rain
he would have loved

15 Responses

  1. T. Johnson Says:

    Touching and meaningful…nicely done.

  2. Mary Says:

    Lovely, very moving.

  3. barbara a taylor Says:

    beautiful, indeed
    falling raindrops
    on the tin roof


    Peace and Love

  4. Jean LeBlanc Says:

    Thank you all for your lovely responses!

  5. Dennis & Sue Says:

    We love your poetry!

  6. Jean LeBlanc Says:

    Dennis and Sue!!! Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!

  7. Annette Makino Says:

    Ahhhh. Bittersweet, and lovely as the rain itself.

  8. Dawn Apanius Says:

    Beautiful haiku.

  9. AnithaVarma Says:

    lovely and melancholic!

  10. Ellen Grace Olinger Says:

    Dear Jean, A beautiful poem. Blessings, Ellen

  11. essayontime Says:

    Students should have good eye contact with their teachers in class. While delivering lecture teachers should try to keep eye contact with students to engage them in lecture and to keep them active.

  12. Elouise Says:

    And I was just woednring about that too!

  13. Says:

    The current Drudge headline link is . Well, actually they used the slur "FROG", because we're all supposed to pretend DSK is French, and it's perfectly politically correct to insult the French.

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    This is what the sanctions against Iran has done. The blood of the passengers is on the hands of former NY congressman Al D’Amato and the Israel lobby who were the prime movers behind the Iran sanctions, and continue to lobby to deprive Iran of access to new planes.

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