Until Tomorrow

as long as you remember me ::explored:: kanelstrand via Compfight


A person.
When we are happy to see them go
It’s good.
When we wish they could stay…

Reunions built on gracious intent.
Life is only busy if we allow it to be so.
Absence ought to draw us closer
Not give an excuse for forgetful convenience.

A keyboard cannot replace a hug.
A touchscreen in a palm
Can not simulate a hand in the same.
No app for a kiss on the cheek.

Farewell dear friends
A connection isn’t lost from distance
Intent and creativity is better than wifi
And it’s free.


[Poem #171]


  • Jermaine~

    This is perfect for my journey right now. I am embracing those in my world whom I can touch and hug and hold and feel~ my kids, my husband, and my family. I have given way too much time to the cyber world, and sometimes you have to shift– make a change– and “kind of” say farewell.

    Blessings to you, friend!

  • Shanda, hey how are you? I need to work on my offline relationships as well, to be present and like you say, give a kind of farewell to the cyber world during the day.

    Colorado is better because you and your family are there and God bless.

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