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Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Mike Hauser Aug Grateful All Around. I'm grateful for most everything One is the fact that I don't cuss I'm grateful for this shiny dime To ride this city bus That takes me to where you are Because I'm grateful for the both of us I guess if you have to ask I'm grateful most for love But I'm also grateful for the sunshine And grateful for the rain That washes away the dirt and grime To make things new again That's sometimes what tear drops do Guess they both act one and the same Imagine the power if you combined Teardrops in the rain I'm grateful that I thought of this So I could write it down As I travel on this city bus To your side of town Where I started being grateful Because to you is where I'm bound Guess I'll just name this poem of mine Grateful all around.
Continue reading Al'nysa Goodwin-Coleman Apr I am Grateful.. I am grateful to you, For reading what I have to say. I am grateful to you, For understanding and seeing The beauty that my words possess. I am Grateful for you, Because you inspire, you keep going. I am Grateful for you, Because you keep me smiling.
I am Grateful to you, because you let my world into your own. I am Grateful to you, Hoping that I inspire you. Hoping that I light the fires of your heart. That I burn the inner cores of your souls That when all is done I still leave my mark. And you leave yours. I am truly Grateful to you, for you, of you, because you inspire me to keep going.. And I'm only just beginning. All the "Hello Poetry" writers. You are appreciated and I want you to know. Michael DeVoe Aug It's Like That. Kayode Steve Adaramoye Esq Nov To the Master, glory!
To the Buckler, glory! To the Sovereign, glory! Oh, how grateful to be alive! The sun coming to delete the night Conquer the brute dark by faith And see the stars in blooming petals Oh, how grateful to be alive! Turn not your back On the forward march to glory Shoot hope infinite to the dim horizon Oh, how grateful to be alive! To the King, glory! To the Love, glory! To the Glory, glory! Snigdha Banerjee Apr I am Grateful!
To every soul who offered me joy, Comforting and cajoling, To you, I am grateful. To every soul who taught me hurt, Gifting me lessons of woe, To you, I am grateful.
To every soul who abandoned me, You have nudged me on Nearer and surer, to my grand source. To you, I am grateful. Irene Apr Be Grateful. Sergey Koserov Mar Grateful to the birds, the bees and foxes that have holes Grateful in steadfast love. Grateful to not insinuate what is unjustly moralized. Grateful to the common wealth of all the poor. Grateful for the undivided heart. Grateful to the one of faith, love, hope and peace within. Grateful to anyone's disposition to please any of these.
Signature: G. Danika Mar Give Thanks. Be grateful. Results not causes are what count in this time And we never think of why, but only the surface Be grateful for all you have All? Including heartache and grief with stress and sin and chores topped with lies Grateful Is it knowing I am human? Brett W Nov I really hate when people complain about these stupid issues. Just be grateful with what you have! And with Thanksgiving right around the corner, couldn't be a better time to write this.
Graff May I Am Grateful. I am grateful For the long grass That bends with the wind I am grateful For the quiet night I am grateful For inspiration I am grateful For my twelve hour shift When my twelve hour shift ends I am grateful For good sleep I am grateful.
Mazen Edlibi Feb Gandy Lamb Feb Gunned down multiple times. Prologue A raw, unfiltered scream filled the air. The boy dropped the gun and rushed towards the body lying beside the wooden stand. The man before him was clutching his stomach- his t-shirt soaked with blood. His eyes began to well up with tears as he cradled his father in his arms. I promise. Just know that I will always be proud of you and the great man that you will one day become.
You must understand: when a child opens his eyes for the first time, he is like a caterpillar. As the years go by, his growth is measured by the number of skins he sheds as he outgrows another version of himself.
And for each one that he discards, there will be another, buried deep inside of him, that will be drawn closer towards reality. Then one day, he will collapse into himself. For this freshly-bereaved little boy, it is time to seek refuge and rebuild.
For many years he will be consumed with the thought that he is not ready to be a man. He will refuse to leave his chrysalis. Eventually, he will forget about the world that lies beyond its walls until the day finally comes where he will have to make a choice: remain a boy or become the man his father wanted him to be.
Horns blared all around them, and the skies were grey and dripped with moisture. Jaywalking across Oak and fifth with a cold cappuccino in hand, was a frazzled young man named John. His freckled face was lined with worry as he stole another glance at his wristwatch and quickened his pace. On days like this, John really hated having a day-job. The woman beside him raised her eyebrows and glanced at his front pocket. Smiling sheepishly, he pulled out his phone. After pushing up his glasses and bringing it within nanometres of his face, he finally made out the Caller ID.
Eyes widening, he hastily answered the call. John bit his lip and ran a hand through his messy red hair. Then, silence. John squeezed his eyes shut and became aware of the metallic taste in his mouth. His lip was bleeding. He rummaged through his bag and searched for pack of tissues. In his carelessness, his elbow banged up against his rifle.
Quickly extracting the pack, he shoved the weapon further down the bag. He heaved a heavy sigh and nursed his elbow in his hand. The sleeves of his button-down were scrunched up to his elbows and his tie hung loosely around his neck. Noticing the rain beginning to intensify, the man stuffed the rest of his croissant into his mouth in an attempt to salvage its flaky goodness.
No such luck. With a guttural sigh, he tossed his napkin into a nearby trash bin and grumbled to himself about the disgrace that is cold, store-bought pastries. Thankfully for him, his phone rang and interrupted his reverie of self-pity. Have you really forgotten?
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As a mother myself, I feel inspired to further develop the qualities Gurumayi describes in her poem—tenderness, strength, determination, wisdom—and I recognize that I always feel her guidance when I need it most. I renew my intention to live up to her words with each new day. Mexico City, Mexico. Reading this beautiful poem, I am deeply grateful to have such a teacher as Gurumayi. The compassionate guidance in each of her words, in each phrase of the poem, offers me wondrous grace and fills my life with joy, strength, and hope!
50 Inspiring Gratitude Quotes
He loves you with all his heart; he will fight the world for you; he would take all the pain in the world, but cannot bear to see a single teardrop in your eyes. Do these lines remind you of your husband? If yes, then you are lucky to have a loving and caring husband. If your husband is the reason for that smile on your face, and if you feel blessed to have him in your life, then you must make it a point to let him know. Say it in simple words , or show it through your actions. You can also get creative and write him a poem. Or, pick one and read a few lines out to him on a romantic evening. In this MomJunction post, we list down some of the best love poems for husband that you can use. Plan to send your husband a greeting card with a loving message? Amp up the romance a little by adding a few beautiful lines from the poems we share with you next.
66 Thankful Quotes and Sayings for Everyone in Your Life
Appreciation Poems Use the words in these appreciation poems to help express your thanks for people and things in your life. And this should be taken seriously, And given with love and tender. Anyone who deserves appreciation, Must have done something great. So share with them the way you feel, And always treat them right. But keep in mind that appreciation, Should be given again and again.
Be Thankful Poet Unknown Be thankful that you don't already have everything you desire. If you did, what would there be to look forward to? Be thankful when you don't know something, for it gives you the opportunity to learn. Be thankful for the difficult times.
Life With You
I am so thankful for you. For the silly way you wrinkle your nose, to how you challenge me to be a better person. Since you came into my life, you taught me what it means to slow down, to appreciate the little moments, to continuously find a reason to laugh. It was you who taught me to be myself.
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Thankfulness always abounds this time of year — with good reason! There are lots of things to appreciate: good health, a place to call home, big wins at work, good grades in school, unconditional love and, not to mention, all of the people who helped us achieve these things. Sending a quick text, writing a heartfelt card or even greeting a loved one in person with thoughtful flowers are a few simple ways you can show your thanks. We hope it helps you to write the perfect text or craft a beautiful card. Our collection includes quotes for teachers, friends and everyone in between. After all, so many people in your life deserve some simple words of appreciation. Take on an attitude of gratitude this season with our list of thank you quotes!
Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Mike Hauser Aug Grateful All Around. I'm grateful for most everything One is the fact that I don't cuss I'm grateful for this shiny dime To ride this city bus That takes me to where you are Because I'm grateful for the both of us I guess if you have to ask I'm grateful most for love But I'm also grateful for the sunshine And grateful for the rain That washes away the dirt and grime To make things new again That's sometimes what tear drops do Guess they both act one and the same Imagine the power if you combined Teardrops in the rain I'm grateful that I thought of this So I could write it down As I travel on this city bus To your side of town Where I started being grateful Because to you is where I'm bound Guess I'll just name this poem of mine Grateful all around. Continue reading
Heartfelt and sincere, this thank you poetry includes thank you for the gift poems. Thank You! I really appreciate you, Your helpful, giving ways, And how your generous heart Your unselfishness displays. By Joanna Fuchs.
Thank You Poems
Everyone I've met thus far in my life has played a part in my story. And while some have taken up chapters, most just scribbled notes in the margins. You expect your mids to be a time for starting your life as an adult.