Monday, February 13, 2012

For Amelia Wilson (Love from Italy)

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Amelia and Sheng,
One is pure white and Italian,
Another is Asian
and young,
LOVE in first sight when they met,
What precious gift they have had;
They'd spend soulful time together,
To Amelia, racial difference doesn't matter;
Now they're distanced by locations,
God understands their situations;
Carry faith,
Let love speak and insert grace.

Submitting this to

Poetry Picnic Week 25: Military, Soldiers, and Veterans

Short Story Slam Week 20: Love In Creativity Project, All Is Welcome!

I am honoring the following blogs or online prompts:

Welcome to blogging, Aya Wilson from Italy: you remind me of Amelia Willson…

Love poetry picnics there, keep the place grand:The Gooseberry Garden;

Poets Rally is super cool, keep the poetry delicious and fun: The Poetry Palace;

Bluebell Books provides short fictions prompts, Thanks for the chance to get published:

Well, The Purple Tree House has humor and poetry form prompts, lovely learning tools:

Poetry By Bradley Peraino has a special prompt, we salute him for what he does to soldiers:


Tifiny said...

Hope that all is well, Sheng and Amelia,

Happy Velentine's Day...

Sheng's dad and mom were distanced by The Pacific Ocean for more than one year, finally, they came together in America, love does not quite.

please take good care,

best wishes for your studies...

Tifiny said...

love never quits.

oops, my typo above.


Taylor Boomer said...

what a long tail of links you have there, Tifiny,

interesting 55,
best wishes for Amelia and Sheng...

Thanks for the sweet tribe.

Bradley A. Peraino said...

thank you for your participation at the "poetry for wounded warriors" page.

Bluebell Books said...

interesting post.

Beth Snowflakes said...

powerful message sent.

Paris Foliage said...

awesome expressions.


Aya Wilson said...

oh, sad fact shared,

hope for the best.

Elizena said...

I enjoyed reading this. It was very sweet. I agree with Tifiny, love never quits. Be blessed.