Poetry by Hubby*


2015-12-18-1450465056-7743605-wallpaper_breathe_by_analaurasamd68223u  Breathe In Life

Breathe in

Breathe  out

Feel the life you live

Remember the past

Plan for the future

Live in the moment

Help a stranger

Comfort a friend

Love yourself

Stay focused when angered

Be calm when frightened

Find strength in experience

Make each day count

Each moment a memory

Feel the power in being

Find yourself in a mirror

Don’t judge by appearance

Eyes only know what the mind sees

The life you live is your own

It takes less to survive then to live

But living requires discipline

Sometimes being content is paradise.

 

Was it you you1

A ray from a stormy sky

Warm hope for the lost sailor

Now home safe to his family

Who held the sun at noon

To save a child from the shadows

So young and innocent still

The flowing oasis

When the fields where only dust

The village lives on

No, it was not you I know

Though it is your heart I have seen

You bring me home

You are that person to me

 

By: David A.Nolan 

About Luna Peace

I guess you may wonder what Luna Peace is and where this name comes from. It's actually pretty silly and kind of outside the box. Luna Peace is my husbands hippie name that a I plucked from a Facebook pictorial. I fell in love with it and have been using it ever since. I decided Luna Peace would be a great blog name because it describes me in many ways! Luna: (Goddess) the ancient Roman divine personification of the Moon Peace: occurs between heterogeneous social groups and is characterized by a lack of conflict and freedom from fear of violence. Commonly understood as the absence of hostility, peace often involves compromise, and therefore is initiated with thoughtful listening and communication to enhance and create mutual understanding. I see myself as a Goddess (as all woman should), and I definitely want peace. So let's get to it! This is my blog and I will use this platform to inform, encourage, and inspire you. Thank you for being here! ~Luna
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