Saturday, May 9, 2015

Unsaid to A Tribute to Mothers 

So much of lovers goes beyond words 

A daughter discovers a connection beyond words 

Unsaid (Martin verse) 

So many things remained unsaid
When to my arms a dream was shed
Soon all the world was her instead
As in her eyes tomorrow spread
There was the sun There was the light
The source of everything so right
Such fantasies could she ignite
That stardust learned to paint the night
Our days of wonder sight unsaid
The flow of time made minutes right
Another memory ignite
As promises of Joy were spread
Imagination was our light
A world so real we quickly shed
To form a realm of love instead
Which set us sailing toward that night
There was no form to magic spread
We spent our all on dreams instead
And when our final kiss was shed
So many things remained unsaid

To go go with this poem: Luther Vandross "Because It's Really Love" 

Happy Mother's Day 

Some say Mother's Day was first celebrated in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother in Grafton, West Virginia. Normally funny, Esther Anderson, in conjunction with Dayspring Inc., and her daughter Ella, has decided to go in different, more heart warming direction. In her new video she wants to add a special message to a Mother's Day card for her mother. She is at a lose for the right words. As her day progresses with Ella, she encounters a discovery.
Sit back, with your favorite warm beverage and something to wipe a warm tear from your eye, and enjoy; "A Tribute to Mothers (Dayspring, Inc. Ad)" .

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