Thursday, December 04, 2014

Poetry Friday -- Best Day of My Life







this is the best day
--really the only day--
of my precious life.

©Mary Lee Hahn, 2014





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Anastasia has the Poetry Friday roundup at Booktalking #kdilit. The roundup is on Pinterest and I am the last person on the planet who doesn't pin. I tried to find all the Poetry Friday posts with a Google search and by commenting on my commenters' blogs, but if I missed you, I'm sorry! I tried!!




16 comments:

  1. I love this, Mary Lee. Short and true. Perfect. Happy bday!

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  2. The only day, indeed. Embrace it in love!

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  3. I shared the first video with my friend who rescues dogs. Thanks for sharing it with us!

    There's something for you at Random Noodling today, too.

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  4. Love the beautiful message of gratitude and living in the moment. Thanks for reminding us on your birthday that each day we are all born anew. :)

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  5. HB, MaryLee.
    And appreciations for this potent reminder.

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  6. Yes. Gratitude. Thank you. Grateful for you.

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  7. Happy Birthday, Mary Lee! Thankful to have gotten to know you and your poetry. =)

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  8. Happy Birthday, Mary Lee! *)

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  9. "Respond as the first day of your life and your last day"-powerful statement to make us really think how blessed we are. Time for you to celebrate the only day you will be ___??? age. Happy - Happy Birthday!

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  10. A nice thought, Mary Lee, each time feeling it IS the best day.

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  11. Some big truth here.

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  12. Read your haiku... watched the videos... I'm converted. It's time to return to that present sense of wonder and play. Thank you, Mary Lee.

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  13. So beautiful! Happy Birthday!

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  14. HAPPY Birthday, Mary Lee--
    Your life is poetry!

    Lisa

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  15. Whoo hoo! Best Day of Today! New video for Minnows Indoor Recess Dance Party!

    I look at the sky a lot. Grace and peace be unto us all.

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