Ray of hope

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The bright sun’s ray, 

making your day,

as we all play.

Come what may,

being gay and

you so “fey.”
I wrote these

silly, simple 

rhymes

today.

*Robin

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    • Hi, I went to visit your friend’s post where you were guest. I pushed like on several posts that the link took me to. I was happy to see your sunny photograph with natural scenery and peaceful feelings. It was quite cheerful. πŸ™‚

      • Oh, thank you. It was a nice sunny morning on the countryside. I had not been on that road for years. It’s definitely a cheerful place. Have a good night. Cheers!

    • And yours was full of blue and gold so it could be considered “sunny,” too! Thank you, Beth! xo
      There was a couple at our Triple Crown harness racing this week from Australia. They came here to spend the whole week, while on a five week tour of the U.S. I thought of your Aussies and sent them silent hugs for being back in your area. ❀

    • This is so sweet, Anneli. It was a fun post, which could have headed off into a more spiritual direction had I not a “slew” of grandies surrounding me all weekend! Ha ha! πŸ˜€

    • Pauline, maybe instead of saying “You are so ‘fey'” I should have said, “Come what may” or “You’re on your way?”
      Playing with words seemed to send me into a lighter mood. πŸ™‚ So yes, we all need to have fun and play with words. Perfectly expressed, dear. ❀

    • Like that you called it a “ditty!” It was silky, this is for sure! Thanks, Sylvia. Enjoy your sorting and sending project, as well as keeping and unpacking things. Phew! Fun and interesting to see things not seen for quite some time, dear friend. xo

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