This is part of a 3-part series of a search for Christmas from a lifespan perspective (3 different ages). Please also see my previous two parts on “Where is Christmas” Series here (part 1 and part 2). I think I have found the answer to my search. Similar to finding happiness, the answer is to look inward, not outward. I hope the same for all of you too. I hope you have found your Christmas and will find it in the future. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays. Be well, be blessed.
“In matters of principle, stand like a rock.” ~Thomas Jefferson
To the visitors of the park:
i refuse to be taken down by nature i refuse to let go off my duty i refuse to continue without this view before me i will stay here until all my legs give up
if you want to help take care of me, not just watch me falling into pieces appreciate me, not just use me build me, not just break me
i know i have no voice, but you have a heart i know i am small, but you can do more i know i am nothing alone, but you are many things i know i am easy to be replaced, but you are irreplaceable
As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. ~John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Thank you very much to Jingle Poetry’s invitation to join Poetry Potluck this week, even though I’m not following their prompt for this week. However, perhaps we can always ask the question, who is the bench’s boss, who’s in charge, who makes the decision? So with this thought to reflect, I decided to join Poetry Potluck. Please click the picture below to see plenty more of poems.