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Tear down the Fence.
Tear down the Walls.
Unlock the Gates.
Open the Doors.

Let Everybody In.

Open your Heart.
Let Love in.

Listen to your Neighbor.
Let Truth in.

Open your Eyes.
Look for Appreciation for Others.

Use your Hands.
Give to those in Need.

Walk Arm in Arm…

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I have a space ready to be filled.
It needs another’s love distilled.

In its purest form;
that love will transform.

It shall grow and blossom like a flower
growing with every hour.

There is fertile soil in that space;
Who will plant the seed to grow as Queen Anne’s Lace…

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Reflections

Silence is not Quiet.
The Quiet is not Silent;
It is vibrant.

Silence lets me hear better;
That whispering inner voice as I listen deeper.

Most never hear that inner voice;
Or refuse to listen by choice.

Deep, deep within me in the Silence;
That inner voice gave me guidance.

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roses

Kindness can be easy;
as the wind is breezy.

Start with small acts;
They have big impacts.

Give a thank you with a smile;
Its effects last a long while.

Hold the door for a stranger;
It can be a game changer.

Sharing coffee with a stranger can be a…

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This is one of the best pieces you have written. It is similart to many of my own beliefs. I am Unitrarian-Universalist as well, being usually atheistitc but sometimes agnostic, but alwasy spiritual in some way.

Thanks you for writing this.

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Mar 28

Out for a walk.
Sun shining on my back.

Look down.
See a long leggy Shadow,
long shadow hair moving,
Shadow dress billowing,
Shadow moves as
I move.

Lift my foot,
Shadow moves with me.

The shadow is my Shadow.
The Shadow is mine.

I now cast a
Woman’s Shadow.
I no…

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Mar 22

Setting dark black India ink
to snow-white paper,
hints of old books and honey
rising from the ink,
words walking across the page,
from left to right in cursive,
in my notebook,
line by line.
To rhyme or not?
Haiku or Free Verse?
Fill the page?
The Muse will whisper,
softly, in my ear,
“Enough, the poem is compleat.”…

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Branwen Rhiannon Drew

Branwen Rhiannon Drew

Artist, Activist, Poet, Writer, Liberal, Progressive “I am woman! Hear me roar!” Trans Woman. Librarian.