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Dedicated to those in the Darkness

To those who are in dark, cold, and fear-filled places, I offer and dedicate this poem: Broken Promise An unopened bud A leaf left unfurled A loss of great beauty To a beckoning world Withered by fear From memories and … Continue reading

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Come Caress the Deepest Parts of Me

The Deepest Parts of Me Flowers say To hummingbirds and bees, “Come caress The deepest parts of me. My perfumed petals Are open wide. Please fly to me And come inside.” –Russ Towne   May your days be filled with … Continue reading

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Last Dance

A few autumns ago I was reminded of two lovers dancing when experiencing two dazzling falling leaves gracefully swirling around each other in a soft breeze as they reluctantly but inexorably completed their journey to the soil from whence they came: … Continue reading

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Irony

The irony Is not lost on me That no matter How hard I try I’ll never know How long I’ll live Until the day I die.   With Love, Russ

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An Appreciating Asset

Our love is an appreciating asset. The more we appreciate it, The greater our love becomes. With Love, Russ

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Peculiar Perfection

Two lost and hurting hearts Seeking love and protection Risked great pain to come together But found peculiar perfection.   With Love, Russ

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Glitter and Glue

Of couples I’ve seen Way more than a few Where one is the glitter The other’s the glue. With Love, Russ  

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