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Unconditional Love
by Dr.Christine Redman Waldyer Bookmark and Share
  There is nothing met out to me that I haven't felt before
Memory of childhood transcends
and writes philosophy books

My hold onto a rag-doll
was Supreme companionship
The doll was just there

It's thereness was love
All my faith knows God surrenders completely;
God is thereness

It is like the boy in the schoolyard playing tag
who runs away from the game,
who forgets his goodbyes to the players
when its time to go home

Home is with Anu 

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16-Jan-2006
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