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Fractures Of The Heart by MwsR
Starting it is too small to see
But deep down it starts to hurt a small part of me,
Though visibly you wouldn’t even know
A certain feeling instead that starts to grow.
It comes from words that crush your soul
Or feelings turned into actions that dig your spirit a hole.
Like a plant that is starved of food,
It starts to wilt and not look so good.
A minute event that can change the outlook
A part that nothing specific it seems it took
But noticeable and unforgiving in spite
It will continue to fracture if not treated right.
The only way to make it better maybe
To simply leave it alone, you see.
Time has a way of correcting the bad
Or making us happy despite the feelings that once made us sad.
Like feelings that became fractures of the heart
Learning to let go is a really good place to start,
To repair, live with or treat the best way
Our fractures will either go or they’ll continue to stay.
But to know we have done the best we could
make us feel better like we all should.
With my aversion to this cat, however, its partiality for myself seemed to increase. It followed my footsteps with a pertinacity which it would be difficult to make the reader comprehend. Whenever I sat, it would crouch beneath my chair, or spring upon my knees, covering me with its loathsome caresses. If I arose to walk it would get between my feet and thus nearly throw me down, or, fastening its long and sharp claws in my dress, clamber, in this manner, to my breast. At such times, although I longed to destroy it with a blow, I was yet withheld from so doing, partly by a memory of my former crime, but chiefly – let me confess it at once – by absolute dread of the beast.Edgar Allan Poe
Homeschool has gone good. It is exhausting but in a good way. So far it has been smooth sailing. I am basically seeing what all the grandkids know and what all they are capable of doing. It is interesting watching their minds work. We have created paper dolls, pictures, and played in our centers. They practice writing their names and learning Bible verses that correspond to the letters of the alphabet. So far this week our verse has been A`~ for Romans 3:23. I have explained what the verse actually means, which is very important for young minds to know. We have sang songs, both religious and non religious, watched learning videos, Sesame Street, and so forth.
Here are some pictures from our first week so far:
It has been fun.I always enjoy my grandkids anyway.